A staggering six papers affiliated with the VCL were presented at the Eurographics Symposium on Rendering in Strasbourg, France last week. All bore the name of VCL Director Wojciech Jarosz, who co-presented his work “Orthogonal array sampling for Monte Carlo rendering” with advisee and recent Bachelor’s graduate Afnan Enayet. In addition, VCL PhD student Kate Salesin presented her work “Combining point and line samples for direct illumination” and past VCL postdoc Gurprit Singh presented his work “Fourier analysis of correlated Monte Carlo importance sampling” at the conference.
Jarosz also chaired the Deep Learning session at the conference.
Please visit the project pages to see the papers and (for some) videos of the presentations:
Orthogonal array sampling for Monte Carlo rendering. Wojciech Jarosz, Afnan Enayet, Andrew Kensler, Charlie Kilpatrick, Per Christensen. Computer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of EGSR), 38(4), July 2019.
Scalable virtual ray lights rendering for participating media. Nicolas Vibert, Adrien Gruson, Heine Stokholm, Troels Mortensen, Wojciech Jarosz, Toshiya Hachisuka, Derek Nowrouzezahrai. Computer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of EGSR), 38(4), July 2019.
Impulse responses for precomputing light from volumetric media. Adrien Dubouchet, Peter-Pike Sloan, Wojciech Jarosz, Derek Nowrouzezahrai. Proceedings of the Eurographics Symposium on Rendering (EGSR), 38(4), July 2019.
Fourier analysis of correlated Monte Carlo importance sampling. Gurprit Singh, Kartic Subr, David Coeurjolly, Victor Ostromoukhov, Wojciech Jarosz. Computer Graphics Forum, 38(1), April 2019.