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Sparse Voxel Octree Raycasting: December Progress

After a short venture into suggestive contours, I’m back on my voxel raycaster. I’ve been implementing multiple light sources and phong lighting, as well as drasticly improving the way models are loaded – this allows for even bigger voxel sets to be used. Limiting factor is now my voxelizer itself, …

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Rendering bigger voxel sets

Just a quick piccie: thanks to optimizations in my out-of-core octree building algorithm, I can now render  even bigger voxel fields (1024^3), which is about 107 million voxels. Reading in the data is the slowest part, the actual building of the octree is blazingly fast (< 500 ms), since the …

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Voxelizing Wireframes

In order to correctly voxelize larger meshes with configurable parameters (shell thickness, seperability parameters, …) I’m now implementing the method described in An Accurate Method for Voxelizing Polygon Meshes, by Jian Huang, Roni Yagel, Vassily Filippov and Yair Kurzion. In the paper, they provide a mathematical basis for voxelizing polygonal meshes, and …

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Ray / Octree traversal: Parametric algorithm implementation

This is my implementation of a Ray/Octree traversal algorithm using an adapted version of the Revelles 2000 paper An efficient parametric algorithm for octree traversal. I’ve made it compliant with IEEE double precision standard. This implementation is minimal and very bare-bones, but should be a good starting point if you want …