Antialiasing and motion blur
A phenomenon called aliasing is a major problem in image synthesis. The term refers to the fact that this phenomenon occurs when a low-frequency signal appears as an “alias” of a high-frequency signal after sampling. Practically, this means that resolution in the object space is infinite when compared with resolution in the display space.
KeywordsMotion Blur Image Synthesis Convolution Function Spatial Aliasing Aliasing Problem
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