AR (Augmented Reality) library (graphics componants) for life science
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In the field of computer-generated high performance graphics, 3D advanced details include complex materials that are difficult to recreate realistically such as fur or hair. In order to achieve such designs, Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Functions are used to show how the light is reflected at an opaque surface. In this regard, Redway3d REDsdk uses light propagation equations that can encompass a non-isotropic light re-emission model, thus achieving highly photorealistic materials. Caustics and dielectric can also be propagated by reflective and refractive materials for optimal realism in the creation of objects such as glass or jewellery.
The release of our 3D graphics engine REDsdk graphics engine sets the framework of a new generation of graphics APIs: our cross platform toolkit is not only a 3D graphics engine that encompasses the two main visualization technologies currently available in the field but also a one of its kind middleware that is natively performant and reliable. The scene graph ray-tracing software display works along with its hardware-based OpenGL platform either independently or simultaneously to produce high-quality graphics with identic information. These features were achieved only through meticulous coding targeted for each available graphics hardware in order to get the most of its potential with the best possible performance.
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