NVIDIA VXGI 2.0.1
NVIDIA Voxel Global Illumintaion (VXGI) 2.0.1 is a framework that can be used to implement voxel-based lighting effects in a real-time renderer. It provides means to quickly compute a voxel representation of a mesh scene and use that representation with Voxel Cone Tracing for diffuse and specular global illumination, ambient occlusion, and high-quality area lighting. Adding these effects to the scene greatly improves the realism of the rendered images. Besides these lighting effects implemented inside VXGI, applications can use the voxel data to build custom rendering effects, such as refractive materials or light map baking.
- VXAL, or Voxel Area Lighting
- Improved overall performance
- One-pass voxelization
- Simpler controls for tracing and voxelization
- Support for custom G-buffer layouts
- Stereo view reprojection
- Simultaneous VXGI and VXAO
- Indirect diffuse and specular interreflections
- High-quality planar area lights with soft shadows
- Large-scale, stable ambient occlusion
- Dynamic and procedural geometry
- Dynamic lights and emissive materials
- Virtual Reality support, including MRS and LMS
- Fixed: user-defined shader loading errors on GPUs that do not support certain features like FastGS
- Fixed: voxelization flickering on Volta GPUs
- Improved error handling in the sample applications
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NVIDIA VXGI in Game/Demo Examples
NVIDIA VXGI in UE4 by Byzantos
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VXGI Tech Demo
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GI Demo at Editor's Day
GI demo presented at Editor's Day (Montreal).