The realization of realistic lighting and shadow effects in AR Apple high-definition model films mainly relies on ray tracing technology and physical modeling methods.
The AR Apple high-definition model film uses advanced ray tracing technology. This is a technology that calculates the direction and intensity of light in an image, and can simulate complex physical phenomena such as reflection, refraction, and scattering of light from the surface of an object. By accurately calculating the path of each light, the AR Apple HD model film can capture subtle light changes, thereby presenting realistic lighting effects.
The AR Apple HD model film uses physical modeling methods to simulate shadow effects. It calculates the shadow area on the object surface based on the position and direction of the light source, as well as the material and shape of the object surface. Through accurate rendering of shadow areas, AR Apple HD model films can present realistic shadow effects.
In order to improve the fidelity of the shadow effect, the AR Apple HD model film also uses dynamic shadow technology. This technology dynamically adjusts the shape and intensity of shadows based on real-time position and angle changes of light sources and objects. This makes the shadow effect more natural and vivid, enhancing the realism of the entire scene.
The AR Apple HD model film also uses high dynamic range (HDR) rendering technology to improve the fidelity of lighting and shadow effects. HDR technology can capture a wider range of light and color changes in the scene, presenting more realistic light and dark contrasts and color gradations.
The AR Apple high-definition model film achieves realistic lighting and shadow effects through the comprehensive use of ray tracing, physical modeling, dynamic shadows and high dynamic range rendering technologies.