Computer-generated fur gets more realistic

If you’re not satisfied with the realism of computer-generated animals in movies and games, then you might be interested in the latest news out of the University of California San Diego. Working with colleagues from UC Berkeley, computer scientists there have developed a new method of rendering fur that’s reportedly much more accurate than existing techniques…
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