Sabtu, 24 September 2011

CG Academy 3DMax Lighting & Rendering Fundamentals 1

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CG Academy 3DMax  Lighting & Rendering Fundamentals 1 : Light & Colour Theory
DVD 3DMax | 3 Hours, 33 Minutes | 3,21 GB

Content :
Chapter 01: Evolution of Light: Part 1
Chris starts the series with an look into the art and developments in technology that have 
lead us to the current state of the art in rendering theory and technology. We start by looking 
at the earlier periods of art, running up to the 17th Century.

Chapter 02: Evolution of Light: Part 2
Chris continues his exploration of art history. In this chapter we cover the modern period. 
With the invention of photography, cinematography and the modern era and its explosion in special effects.

Chapter 03: Colour Theory Introduction
Here we look at the very basics of colour theory. Looking at topics such as the fundamental 
nature of light, how it is made up of a variety of wavelengths, is transmitted by photons. 
Also how the human eye works and the surface nature of materials.

Chapter 04: Additive Colour
Light uses the "Additive Colour Model" in this chapter Chris explores what this means and its implications.

Chapter 05: Using RGB Values In Software
When working in 2 and 3D software we have to make use of this additive colour system. 
In this chapter Chris looks at how we access the most basic exposure of this colour space, 
using the RGB model.

Chapter 06: Using HSV / HLS Values In Software
Chris then looks at the HSV / HLS colour model. An alternative to RGB that can 
be easier to use in many circumstances.

Chapter 07: Colour Depth And Storage Methods
How do we represent the colours of the spectrum and the very many intensities of each hue. 
And once we have such a system, how do we store these images?

Chapter 08: Subtractive Colour
When light hits a surface, some of its colours are absorbed. Here Chris explores 
the implications of this phenomena and the "Subtractive" Colour Model it creates.

Chapter 09: Colour Temperature & White Point
Light can have certain energies to it. This can cause light to have a noticeable colour tinge to it. 
Here Chris explores these phenomena and explains how we represent them with the 
Colour Temperature system and the concept of the "White Point".

Chapter 10: Dynamic Range & Image Exposure
When we see the world around us we can only perceive a small range of the energy 
levels around us at any one time. Here Chris explains this limitation and how new 
developments have lead to the concepts of LDR and HDR images.

Chapter 11: Low Dynamic Range Images
Chris explains in depth how the low dynamic range image perception and storage systems work.

Chapter 12: High Dynamic Rang Images
And he concludes the DVD with the more inclusive High Dynamic Range system that is 
currently at the centre of a revolution in lighting & rendering theory and technology

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