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#ActualCryZe

Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:19 AM

If no one comes up with a solution, I'm probably going to do that. Too bad that the Trowbridge-Reitz NDF isn't that well known Posted Image
I could try modifying the conversion function for Beckmann roughness, because they might not differ that much. Beckmann is more well known, so what's the conversion function for the Beckmann NDF?

Update: This, is the approximation I came up with:

#7CryZe

Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:16 AM

If no one comes up with a solution, I'm probably going to do that. Too bad that the Trowbridge-Reitz NDF isn't that well known Posted Image
I could try modifying the conversion function for Beckmann roughness, because they might not differ that much. Beckmann is more well known, so what's the conversion function for the Beckmann NDF?

This, is the approximation I came up with:

#6CryZe

Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:16 AM

If no one comes up with a solution, I'm probably going to do that. Too bad that the Trowbridge-Reitz NDF isn't that well known Posted Image
I could try modifying the conversion function for Beckmann roughness, because they might not differ that much. Beckmann is more well known, so what's the conversion function for the Beckmann NDF?

This, is the approximation I came up with:

#5CryZe

Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:14 AM

If no one comes up with a solution, I'm probably going to do that. Too bad that the Trowbridge-Reitz NDF isn't that well known Posted Image
I could try modifying the conversion function for Beckmann roughness, because they might not differ that much. Beckmann is more well known, so what's the conversion function for the Beckmann NDF?

This, is the approximation I came up with:

#4CryZe

Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:14 AM

If no one comes up with a solution, I'm probably going to do that. Too bad that the Trowbridge-Reitz NDF isn't that well known Posted Image
I could try modifying the conversion function for Beckmann roughness, because they might not differ that much. Beckmann is more well known, so what's the conversion function for the Beckmann NDF?

This, is the approximation I came up with:

#3CryZe

Posted 17 September 2012 - 08:54 AM

If no one comes up with a solution, I'm probably going to do that. Too bad that the Trowbridge-Reitz NDF isn't that well known Posted Image
I could try modifying the conversion function for Beckmann roughness, because they might not differ that much. Beckmann is more well known, so what's the conversion function for the Beckmann NDF?

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