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Işın izleme

Işın izleme

dc.contributor.advisor | Ercengiz, Ali | |

dc.contributor.author | Akkuş, Şahin | |

dc.contributor.authorID | 55900 | |

dc.contributor.department | Mühendislik Bilimleri | tr_TR |

dc.date.accessioned | 2023-03-02T13:22:30Z | |

dc.date.available | 2023-03-02T13:22:30Z | |

dc.date.issued | 1996 | |

dc.description | Tez (Yüksek Lisans) -- İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, 1996 | tr_TR |

dc.description.abstract | Bu tezde, matematiksel temel bilgiler yardımı, ışığın yardımı, ışığın fiziksel özellikleri ve bilgisayar ortamı kullanılarak gerçeğe yakın üç boyutlu ortamların oluşturulması ışın izleme yöntemi kullanılarak gerçeklenmiştir. Tez'in ilk bölümünde ışığın genel yapısı hakkında bilgi verilerek ışın kavramı açıklanmıştır, izleyicinin ışığın bütününden çok ışınlar kümesi ile ilgilenmesi gerekeceği ve bu kümeden yapacağı örnekleme ile tüm ışık davranışını gerekeceği ve bu kümeden yapacağı örnekleme ile tüm ışık davranışını belirleyeceği ortaya konmuştur. Işın izleme elemanları hakkında bilgiler verildikten sonra ışık tipleri açıklanmış ardından gölge olayı hakkında bilgiler verilmiştir. tez'in ikinci bölümünde matematiksel modelleme yapılmıştır. Bu bölümde ışın izleme elemanlarının matematiksel karşılıkları tesbit edilmiş ardından genel aydınlatma modeli kurulmuştur. Yine bu bölümde ambient, diffuse ve specular aydınlanmalar hakkında bilgiler verilerek ilgili hesaplamaların nasıl gerçeklendiği anlatılmıştır. Işın izleme yönteminin sınırları yine bu bölümde anlatılan diğer bir konudur. Bu sınırların aşılmasına ilişkin öneriler arasında lineer enterpolasyon olayından bahsedilmiştir. Son bölümde ise ilk iki bölümde açıklanan yöntemin bir gerçeklemesi verilmiştir. Lineer enterpolasyonun etkileri açıklanmış ardındanda program kodu hakkında açıklamalara yer verilmiştir. Program çıktıları ile de etkiler gösterilmek istenmiştir. Sonuç olarak bu tez ışın izleme konusunun temellerinin tanıtılması yanında uygulama programı ile ışın izleme konusunda tanıtıcı bir niteliğe sahiptir. | tr_TR |

dc.description.abstract | In this thesis, the aim is to represent realistic three-dimensional images using mathematical principles. understanding of light, and the power of the computer. Computerized models of scenes including object, light source s and an observer will be created. The process is called ray tracing because the computer traces the path that rays of light in the real world take between light source or sources, objects, and observer. In other words Ray tracing method can be described as a modeling of visual part of human brain. To do such a modeling, first of all it is necessary to inspect the structure and behavior of light. In first part of the thesis, the concept of light is explained that, light consists of infinite number of rays which are called a collection of photons in physics, when a light switch is turned on, rays of light travel all over the image space and strike objects. When a ray of light strikes a surface of the object, a number of things can happen The light can be reflected. As rays strike the surface they bounce of in different directions. Some of the rays happen to reflect in the observer direction and enter the observers eyes. The light is interpreted by observers brain and then observer see the object. It is important to notice that observer see the reflected rays not the object itself. The light can be absorbed its energy is usually converted to heat and that's the end of the ray path. Objects that look black do precisely that. Light striking a black surface is absorbed. The light can be transmitted through transparent objects, which means that light can pass through one other possibility exists. The light can be absorbed and reemitted. This occurs with fluorescent objects. Any or all of the processes described above may occur at once in varying amounts a given ray of light. This is because a ray is really many photons and each photon may or may not be reflected, absorbed transmitted refracted, or reemitted Each of these can be described mathematically. For example rays can be represented by an equation representing a line, objects struck by the rays, such as spheres planes, geometric surfaces, can be described in mathematical terms. The laws of physics describe how reflection an refraction occur, using this math and physics, it can be told the computer, that, where light source or VI sources are, where light source or sources are, where objects are and where observer is and then let the computer do all the dirty work f tracing rays of light from the source to objects and onwards to the observer. It sounds relatively simple, but in practice it is virtually impossible because as an individual ray leaves all light source it may end up doing any or all of the above processes many many times. A further simplification of the problem can come when we realize that the only rays which contribute to the scene are those rays whose ultimate destination is the observers eyes. It could be spent a great deal of time working on rays that contribute nothing to the image. In fact, most of the rays that come from a light source do not contribute to the image at all. This problem can not be solved directly. But it can be used some strategies to transform the problem into one that can be solved. The first one is that, deciding to treat light as rays. Another strategy is to start with the solution and work backward, after tracing thousands of rays that do not contribute to the image, it can be wondered how objects can be seen at all. Yet some rays of light obviously do reach observer eyes. By starting at the end and tracing at the end and tracing the path of these relatively few rays backwards from the observer outward towards objects and from there farther to light sources the problem can be simplified sufficiently to create realistic images with a mathematical model that is backwards from the way light works in the real world. This approach mans only rays reaching the observer are examined. All others are ignored. This process is called sampling. In addition to the above explanations in the first part of the thesis, the elements of ray tracing environment tried to be described. These are observer, objects, and light sources it will be assumed that the observer is a simple camera that is going to take a photograph of the scene. As a result of this a ray tracing program can be thought of as an imaginary camera that photographs imaginary objects illuminated by imaginary light sources, the simplest kind of real camera is called a pin hole camera, most ray tracing programs use this pin-hole model or a model that is functionally equivalent. The objects have to be represented in the computer memory in some mathematical, geometric form. This imposes some limits on the types of objects that can be created but many objects can be represented by combination of geometric shapes. VII Real light can come from variety of sources, and these sources have a number of properties color., intensity, location, size and shape. The physical principles of how light radiate from a source are very complex. It has to be some additional assumptions. The first assumption is that, the light from any given source is of a single color. After explaining the elements of ray tracing environment in the first part of the thesis. It is noticed that there are some types of rays. For example viewing ray that tracing method projection plane is usually known viewing window. The camera sends out one ray for each rectangle of the grid of the viewing ray that comes from the camera. Shadow ray's, transmitted rays, and reflected rays. In the ray tracing method projection plane is usually known viewing window. The camera sends out one ray for each rectangle of the grid of the viewing window and that ray is used to compute the color of the corresponding pixel in the final image. The program has an internal list of all of the objects defined in the scene. Every object in the list is tested to see if it is hit by the viewing ray. This process, called a ray object intersection test, involves solving a set of equations. Many highly accurate, time consuming floating point calculations are required. A ray extends out an infinite distance from its starting point. Therefore, it is necessary to determine which objects first. The closest object is the one is by the camera. Because the order in which objects are tested cannot be determined, the process cannot stop with the first successful intersection test found. There may be closer objects that block the view so the ray must be tested against every object in the scene. The location of every ray object intersection point is stored and after all object have been tested the closest one is chosen. When light from a light source strikes an object the light is scattered in all direction unless the object has a mirrored surface. Because the light spreads outward in all directions this light is called diffuse illumination. Obviously, not every light source illuminates every point of every object. Some points are in shadowed areas because another object may block the light from reaching that point. To determine how much diffuse illumination is at the intersection point. It must be first determined which if any, light sources have clear path to that point. This requires a new set of rays called shadow rays. Each shadow ray begins at the viewing ray object intersection point and passes through the location point of a light source. Shadow ray is tested against every object in the scene If this ray intersection of the objects. This point must be marked as a VIII shadowed point. When light reflects off a mirror or other smooth surface, it is not scattered in every direction. The incoming ray is reserved and it is called a reflection ray. It starts at the reflection point and extends outwards along the angle of incidence. Transparent or partially transparent objects permit light to come through them in the form of transmitted rays. Most transmitted rays will pass into and back out of a transparent object. At the end of the first part of the first part of the thesis, the limits of ray tracing has been explained. Ray traced images are created by tracing one viewing ray per pixel in order to determine the color of the pixel in order to determine the color of the pixel. This creates a number of problems because very possible ray is not traced. Theoretically, an infinite number of rays can fit in a finite space by bunching them closer together. Higher resolution used with more rays and with more pixel provides a better sample. Tiny objects such as raindrops or thin objects such as wire or string can be missed completely when ray tracing at low resolution. In addition to the above problems, rainbow, soft shadow, specular, ambient refractive illumination problems has been explained.. In the second part of the thesis, it is explained how calculations given above can be done. Addition to this, general illumination method is obtained. Shadow events, their types and calculations related to reflection and refraction are explained in this part as well. Rays subject to refraction and reflection keep going on its way. There are three possibilities of the rays which come onto the plane of the object if the object is transparent refraction, if the object has got a bright surface reflection, and thirdly according to the structure to the object absorbance will happen So this structure can be represented by a binary tree. In the last section of the thesis, implementation of the two models devised in the first two parts are made. The structure of the two models devised in the first two parts are made. The structure of the given ray tracing program is explained as well. Since ray tracing is a time consuming method some studies are done to speed up the processing time. As a result linear interpolation is used in this thesis. Under some restrictions a speed of 50% is gained. Fundamental of the method is based on locality. Linear interpolation can be used either row or IX column order or both. In the second approximation surfaces of the object are kept as small as possible so that fewer lights are intersected the objects, and as a result small model of the scene will be obtained. But this method didn't give a satisfactory result, since aliasing is occurred on the edge of the object which is spherical in shape. Finally this thesis will guide to those who want to study on ray tracing. | en_US |

dc.description.degree | Yüksek Lisans | tr_TR |

dc.identifier.uri | http://hdl.handle.net/11527/22130 | |

dc.language.iso | tr | |

dc.publisher | Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü | tr_TR |

dc.rights | Kurumsal arşive yüklenen tüm eserler telif hakkı ile korunmaktadır. Bunlar, bu kaynak üzerinden herhangi bir amaçla görüntülenebilir, ancak yazılı izin alınmadan herhangi bir biçimde yeniden oluşturulması veya dağıtılması yasaklanmıştır. | tr_TR |

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dc.subject | Işın izleme tekniği | tr_TR |

dc.subject | Sistem analizi | tr_TR |

dc.subject | Ray tracing technique | en_US |

dc.subject | System analysis | en_US |

dc.title | Işın izleme | |

dc.type | Master Thesis | en_US |