High-Performance Many-Light Rendering
In Encyclopedia of Computer Graphics and Games, Newton Lee (Ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp. 1–6.
Many-light rendering is a class of efficient image synthesis algorithms that try to render a scene with a large number of light sources. These light sources can be real lights in the scene, or virtual point lights (VPLs) approximate light transportation of current lighting conditions.
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