In the visual non-destructive rendering of three-dimensional animation images, the traditional visual non-destructive rendering method is slow, so a visual non-destructive rendering method of three-dimensional animation images based on large data is proposed. The theoretical model of pixel-by-pixel time-domain denoising process is used to denoise, and GPU is used to achieve time-domain consistent processing according to the denoising results. The non-linear Kuwahara filter is used to smooth the three-dimensional animation image, and the first-order differential operator is used to highlight the dramatically changing pixels in the image, so as to detect the edge of the image. After obtaining the distinct contour of the three-dimensional animation image, the non-destructive rendering of the three-dimensional animation image vision is realized. In order to verify the effectiveness of this method, the average rendering speed of the proposed method is 83.2%, which is significantly higher than that of the traditional method. The experimental results show that the average rendering speed of this method is the highest, and the effectiveness of this method is verified.
Authors: Yang ZHANG (Liaoning Communication University), Xu ZHU (Liaoning Communication University),
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