Irradiance orthographic view

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Description

Cornell box rendered with an irradiance orthographic view, illuminance(Y) displayed in false colors with a log scale
scene file

This instrument creates an orthographic image of scene irradiance. Results show how much light is incoming over the visible surfaces. Depending on sensor type, the computed value may be scene illuminance (Y), spectral irradiance, etc...




Children nodes

sensor-2014.png sensor
Sensor : List of channels defined by a sensitivity spectrum
postprocessing-2014.png postprocessing
Postprocessing : The post-processing filter chain

Parameters

xresolution
int
Horizontal buffer resolution
yresolution
int
Vertical buffer resolution
pixelfilter
list
The ray pixel filter
shutter
real
Shutter time or exposure
wlmin
real
Low bound of simulation wavelength range (Since Ocean 2014 R2)
wlmax
real
High bound of simulation wavelength range (Since Ocean 2014 R2)
pos
vec3
The camera position : center of pupils apertures, as well as principal points
forwards
vec3
The camera direction (all sampled rays go in that direction). Should be orthogonal to up
up
vec3
The camera up direction. Should be orthogonal to forwards
width
real
The camera field width in meters. Must be greater than 0
height
real
The camera field height in meters. Must be greater than 0

Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<oceanroot version="2.3">
<instrument type="irradorthoview" name="irradorthoview">
	<prm xresolution="512" yresolution="512"/>
	<prm pixelfilter="bilinear"/>
	<prm shutter="1.0"/>
	<prm wlmin="380E-9"/>
	<prm wlmax="780E-9"/>
	<prm pos="0.278 0.273 -0.8"/>
	<prm forwards="0 0 1"/>
	<prm up="0 1 0"/>
	<prm width="0.6"/>
	<prm height="0.6"/>
	<sensor type="ciexyz" name="sensor"/>
	<postprocessing type="" name="postprocessing"/>
</instrument>
</oceanroot>

See also

Instrument types