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Rendering on "Looking Glass"
Kotáb, Dominik ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Zemčík, Pavel (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on rendering real objects from the real world on stereo display called  "Looking Glass", a device from the company Looking Glass Factory Inc., whose main advantage is three-dimensional rendering. The working roots are designing and implementing a mobile application that, with the help of a user, creates a format, which then can be projected on the display. The first part of the thesis presents the basics of 3D rendering, on which the functionality of the device is based. The second part of the thesis covers the design of a mobile application, which is based on the official documentation of this stereo display. The completed mobile app captures a recording in a straight line of the viewed object, while the application verifies the correctness of the movement. The footage then can be cropped, individual views of the object have to be stabilized and then converted to the format required by the Looking Glass. The created format is correctly displayed and creates a three dimensional illusion. The result was implemented on an Android mobile system.
Real-Time Photorealistic Rendering of Voxel Scenes
Flajšingr, Petr ; Matýšek, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is an implementation of realistic rendering of voxel scenes using a graphics card. This work explains the fundamentals of realistic rendering and voxel representation of visual data. It also presents selected hierarchical structures usable for acceleration and describes the desing of a solution focusing on the representation of voxel data and their rendering. The thesis describes libraries created as part of the project and algorithms. It also evaluates time and memory requirements of the application along with graphical output.
Simulation in Unity
Kropáček, Vojtěch ; Vlnas, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
V této práci je stavěno na nedávném vzestupu popularity entity komponent systémů v oblasti vývoje her. Cílem práce je vytvořit aplikaci simulující ekosystém v programu Unity engine. V práci se nachází popis výhod entity komponent system architektury, atributy a rozdíly oproti tradiční architektuře. Pro běh simulace byl využit framework s názvem Entitas uvnitř Unity enginu. Dokončená implementace emuluje Lotka-Volterra rovnice, také známy pod názvem rovnice lovec-kořist. Nálezy simulace jsou prezentovány v grafech, které splnují očekávání. Práce také poskytne hlubší porozumění entity komponent system architektury a její specifikace v rámci implementace Entitas frameworku. Shrnuje jeden z přístupů k tvoření jednoduchého ekosystému a výsledné nálezy z proběhlých simulací.
Game Demo in Unity
Hostin, Adam ; Matýšek, Michal (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
Nowadays, video games are more popular than ever before in history. Therefore this area of digital art should be given special attention. The arrival of smart phones considerably expanded the availability of video games. Today, the user is separated from the entertaining game by few clicks on the phone screen. The aim of this thesis was to develop mechanics into a game demo. These mechanics are centered around player movement and objects that player can interact with. The player plays the role of a ball of yarn, and as the character moves, the yarn unravels. Its end is lit on fire that spreads and creates sense of danger in player. Game contains platforms and gates with ability to change direction of gravity. There are also mechanics that are using 2D light. Light is used to create day and night themed levels.    Demo was created using Unity game engine and C#. The result is a playable application, game demo, targeted for android.
Rendering of Voxel-Based Scenes Using Real-Time Ray Tracing
Menšík, Jakub ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Matýšek, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this work was to create a program to visualize voxel scenes in real time using ray tracing. It included the study of various methods of such a rendering with a focus on shadows. The solution was created using Unity engine and experimental packages Unity Jobs and Burst. The thesis presents multiple ray tracing passes and SVGF technique, that is used to turn a noisy input into full edge-preserving image. The final program is able to render hard shadows, soft shadows, and ambient occlusion at speed of fifty frames per second.
Fluid Simulation Using GPU
Frank, Igor ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis focuses on fluid simulation, particularly on coupling between particle based simulation and grid based simulation and thus modeling evaporation. Mentioned coupling is based on the article Evaporation and Condensation of SPH-based Fluids of authors Hendrik Hochstetter a Andreas Kolb. The goal of this thesis is not purely implementing ideas of the mentioned article, but also study of different methods used for fluid simulation.
Non-Euclidean Rendering in VR
Bobuľa, Matej ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
The main goal of this master's thesis is to research different approaches of rendering geometries and spaces in virtual reality. Learn more about the terms, non-Euclidean geometry and non-Euclidean spaces, their origin and different principles used in video game industry to simulate such geometries or spaces. Based on the research, a selection of an optimal API is needed for the implementation of such application. Application is designed to run on desktop computers with Microsoft Windows operating system. Application, in it's core, is a video game and the main goal of the player is to successfully complete each and every level of the game. These levels are designed in a specific way so that they each individually represent some form of non-Euclidean geometry or space.
Holographic Injection
Dobiáš, Roman ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
Táto práca sa zaoberá návrhom a implementáciou nástroja, ktorý umožní používať klasické 3D OpenGL aplikácie na tzv. autostereoskopických displayoch s plným využitím ich hĺbkových možností a s minimálnym zásahom od užívateľa. Nástrojom je konverzná vrstva, ktorá umožní transparentne beh OpenGL aplikácií s interným rozšírením o vykreslenie z viacerých pohľadov vo formáte, vhodnom pre 3D display. Motiváciou tejto diplomovej práce je potenciálne rozšírenie tzv. autostereskopických displayov, ktoré je v súčasnosti závislé na cene a dostupnosti špecializovaných aplikácií pre tieto displaye. Text práce sa zaoberá dizajnom takejto vrstvy z pohľadu nutných API volaní, ktoré je potrebné korektne prepísať, aby aplikácie, vytvorené pomocou jednotlivých verzii štandardu OpenGL, pracovali správne, ako aj popisom problémov, ktoré vznikajú použitím rôznych vykreslovacích techník, a ktoré sú motiváciou pre komplexnejšie chovanie nástroja. Na záver práce sú ukážky konverzie programov, dopad na výkonnosť, ako aj identifikácia nedostatkov konverznej vrstvy s návrhmi možných riešení pre ďalší vývoj.
Global Illumination in Real-Time
Karas, Matej ; Chlubna, Tomáš (referee) ; Milet, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis deals with photorealistic rendering and real-time global illumination. Thesis contains overview of algorithms used for real-time global illumination of which the Dynamic Diffuse Global Illumination with Ray-Traced Irradiance Fields was implemented. This algorithm uses hardware accelerated ray tracing to compute global illumination in a scene. Hardware ray tracing requires use of new generation of graphics API from which Vulkan was choosen for this thesis. 
Mobile Application "Paramedic doggy" - Injured Cyclist
Richter, Adam ; Milet, Tomáš (referee) ; Vlnas, Michal (advisor)
This work deal with creation of mobile application with educational purposes for children in age between 6 to 10 years with cartoon theme. Educational purpose is focused on first aid in situation where child is forced to help injured person. Application is solved in the form of educational quiz with options A), B) and C), which overlaps with minigames and animations of application mascot. Because of the focus on children in age category, who are learning how to read fluently the application contains in settings option text to speech. Work contains 7 parts including introduction and conclusion. Second part contains general description of the mobile application development. Third part describes in more detail framework Unity, which choice is justified in the part four. Fifth and sixth part describe design and implementation of the resulting application Pejsek Záchranář.

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