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Coursework I:
Ray-tracing
COMP0027 Team
We have shown you the framework for solving the coursework at cg.cs.ucl.ac.uk/. You should start by
extending the example Coursework1. The programming language is WebGL (https://www.khronos.org/
registry/webgl/specs/latest/1.0/) and the OpenGL ES Shading Language (GLSL) www.khronos.org/
files/opengles_shading_language.pdf. Do not write any answers in any other programming language, in
paper, or pseudo code. Consider downloading the coursework in case your connection becomes unavailable.
Remember to save your solution often enough to a .uclcg file. In the end, hand in that file via Moodle.
The total points for this exercise is 100.
Above, the scene from this coursework, rendered with the simple initial ray-tracer you are asked to extend.
1 New primitives: Plane and cylinder (30 points)
We have added definitions of planes (a normal n and a distance r to the origin) and cylinders (an orientation
o and a radius r) to the scene. You are asked to add code to intersect them (10 points) and explain how
they work (10 points). Pay attention on how Sphere is intersected. Stick to the same function signature for
Plane and Cylinder that contain HitInfo, including normals and material (10 points).
2 Materials (6 points)
Make the scene show different materials and explain why those parameters are adequate in some table: paper
(1 points) metallic mirror ground plane (2 points) a glass sphere (2 points) and a yellow plastic sphere (1
points). It is important that settings are chosen such that the distinct visual features become visible in the
scene.
3 Casting shadows (20 points)
We have discussed how shadows, reflections and refractions work and how recursions can be unrolled into
loops under some conditions. The framework contains the skeleton of such a traversal, but without the code
for shadows, reflection and refraction.
First, add shadow tests to the shading (10 points), with comments (5 points) and explain what typical error
can be made here (5 points).
4 Adding reflections and refractions (34 points)
To add these, first extend the Material class to hold all information you need for computing reflection and
refraction (10 points).
Next, the code already contains the loop to perform the ray traversal iteratively, what remains to be added
is code for computing the reflection direction (12 points) and refraction direction. Refraction direction is
subdivided into two tasks: 1) the main code flow for bouncing rays and including the refractive constant (10
points) and 2) using the enteringPrimitive flag properly for keeping track of IORs (2 points) for a total of
(12 points).
Note how objects far away enough behind the glass sphere appear mirrored. Although not shown here, objects
that are behind and near the glass sphere would just appear distorted.
5 Fresnel (10 points)
The image with reflection and refraction looks okay, but the glass likely does not look like glass as it shows
reflection and refraction at equal strength all over the sphere. Such an image is shown above. Here, and
in reality, reflection and refraction strength vary so that wreflect and wrefract sums to one or less, so here we
simply assume wreflect = 1 − wrefract. This weighting depends on the view direction and the normal at the hit
point. The reflection is typically strong on grazing angles close to the edge of the sphere, while the refraction
is strongest in the centre. Do some research to find out how those weights could be computed and tell us
what you used (5 points) and implement it (5 points) in the function fresnel. A simple implementation
such as using a single dot product or the approximation by Schlick could be a good starting point.

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