Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Applied Research in Engineering, Science and Technology
Improving computer-generated images – methods for realistic depiction
Boyana Nedkova Ivanova, Rumen Rusev
What is a realistic image? The realistic image provides information for the object that is close to the physical/ real object.One of the most challenging problems in computer graphics is to generate images that appear realistic. Predicting human perception of visual realism has many applications – simulations, design, entertainment, advertisement, and education. Presenting objects with high level of visual realism will help people to understand in details more quantity of information. There are some techniques that are applied to objects and scenes to make them look more realistic, to make them look 3D (Three dimensional).The purpose of this paper is to present a systematic review of existing techniques for making objects and scenes appear realistic – which are the different stages of modelling a scene, which are the existing methods to make a “real” object.In this paper, you will find a classification of software tools that are used for modelling realistic images. Visual artists in entertainment, automotive, architecture, advertising, and web design industries utilize these tools to create lifelike scenes for use in media or client engagement purposes.
Keywords: images, techniques, methods, rendering, realism, object, software.