Ever wonder how CGI used in movies and video games can look so realistic?
Ray-Tracing is a game-changing innovation in the world of digital reality. It’s the intelligent algorithm that ensures all the light, shadow, and reflection that is seen in a computer generated scene behaves exactly as it would in the real world.
Often, this element is the main reason why something rendered on a computer doesn’t look exactly real. In a sophisticated render, ray-tracing technology is applied in real-time as you interact with a model or move through a digital environment. This trick of the light translates to ultra-realism on the screen.