Tadahiro OZAWA, Tatsuya YATAGAWA, Hiroyuki KUBO, Shigeo MORISHIMA
Fast Subsurface Light Transport Evaluation for Real-Time Rendering Using Single Shortest Optical Paths
The Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan, Vol.46, No.4
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