Benchmark – 3D Plan

There are two types of 3D plan views:  Bird’s eye  or orthographic views ( in perspective from the top looking down as a bird flying over would see the room if there were no ceiling or roof) and axon views (a plan showing the walls and contents of the room only not in perspective -like the geometry of a cube where all of the sides are the same length and you can see three sides of the cube) .  In the 3D plan views the roof and ceiling have been removed.  In the axon view all of the lighting is turned off and the program uses a default light source that causes shadows and reflections to be illustrated.  In bird’s eye views, light fixtures are left on except those that would have been attached to the ceiling. The bird’s eye is from the same plan as the other benchmark studies.  However the axon view is from the entire ensemble of rooms that included the bathroom because this is a typical application for using this type of plan view.

#1 Standard 3D Plan, 9 samples, photon mapping on but no caustic photons added, no ambient occlusion, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling)

#1 Standard 3D Plan, 9 samples, photon mapping on but no caustic photons added, final gathering at 25, no ambient occlusion, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling), 15 min ray trace time.

#1 High Quality 3D Plan, 9 samples, photon mapping on, caustics 25, inderect photons 15, final gathering at 49,  no ambient occlusion, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling)

#2 High Quality 3D Plan, 9 samples, photon mapping on, caustics 25, inderect photons 15, final gathering at 49, no ambient occlusion, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling), 21 min. ray trace time

ray trace time

#3 High Quality 3D Plan, 16 samples, photon mapping on, caustics 50, inderect photons 15, final gathering at 49,  ambient occlusion default, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling), 35 min.

#3 High Quality 3D Plan, 16 samples, photon mapping on, caustics 50, inderect photons 15, final gathering at 49, ambient occlusion default, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling), 35 min ray trace time.

#4 High Quality 3D Plan, 16 samples, photon mapping on, caustics 50, inderect photons 15, final gathering at 64, ambient occlusion default, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling), 46 min ray trace time.

#4 High Quality 3D Plan, 16 samples, photon mapping on, caustics 50, inderect photons 15, final gathering at 64, ambient occlusion default, default light only for outside views (not roof or ceiling), 46 min ray trace time.

 

#5 Hi Qlty Birdseye, 9 samples, ambient occlusion at default, environmental light disabled, photon mapping on, caustics 25, indirect photons 15, final gathering 36, 45 min.

#5 Hi Qlty Birdseye, 9 samples, ambient occlusion at default, environmental light disabled, photon mapping on, caustics 25, indirect photons 15, final gathering 36, 45 min. ray trace time.

#6 Hi Qlty Birdseye, 9 samples, ambient occlusion at default, environmental light disabled, photon mapping on, caustics 50, indirect photons 25, final gathering 49,1 hr.

#6 Hi Qlty Birdseye, 9 samples, ambient occlusion at default, environmental light disabled, photon mapping on, caustics 50, indirect photons 25, final gathering 49,1 hr ray trace time.

#7 Hi Qlty Birdseye, 16 samples, ambient occlusion default, environmental light disabled, photon mapping on, caustics 50, indirect photons 25, final gathering 64, 2 hrs. 5 min.

#7 Hi Qlty Birdseye, 16 samples, ambient occlusion default, environmental light disabled, photon mapping on, caustics 50, indirect photons 25, final gathering 64, 2 hrs. 5 min. ray trace time.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s