Turner Whitted, Jim Kajiya, Erik Ruf, and Ray Bittner
A low-level graphics processor is assembled from a collection of hardwired functions of screen coordinates embedded directly in the display. Configuration of these functions is controlled by a buffer containing parameters delivered to the processor on-the-fly during
display scan. The processor is modular and scalable in keeping with the demands of large, high resolution displays.
|Published in||Proceedings of the Conference on High Performance Graphics 2009|
|Publisher||Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.|
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