The Piranesi system for interactive rendering
Richens, P., 1999. The Piranesi system for interactive rendering. In: Augenbroe, G. and Eastman, C., eds. Computers in building: proc CAAD Futures 99., 1999-06-01, Boston. Boston: Kluwer Academic, pp. 381-398.
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Photorealistic rendering requires special skills to achieve, but the result is not necessarily ideal for architectural communication. The Piranesi software provides an alternative way of producing a much wider range of images from the same geometrical model. Piranesi appears to be a 2d paint program for editing raster images, but its input includes a z-buffer. This allows painting and and pasting to reflect the perspective of the image, and many other depthrelated effects. The result is a new, and enjoyable, way of producing architectural images.
|Item Type||Conference or Workshop Items (UNSPECIFIED)|
|Editors||Augenbroe, G.and Eastman, C.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering|
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