Sunday, June 28, 2009

Impressionism and Virtual Ray Tracing

Virtual Impressionism in the Surrealistic Ray Tracing

New Scientist (.com) has an article to called physics brings realism to virtual reality. There is a video clip where ten rays are focused on a pixel (it will be up to 100) with the suggestion that these rays, which can also mimic real sound, in real time can be developed into a matrix mathematical environment.

Obviously the field is growing. It seems clear to me that matrix methods will speed things up if the ideas of quasic space are taken into consideration. But more than that, as we are asking the fundamental questions of the commensurability of close packing in n dimensions (XCT and Kepler, see spcf references in the forum in his Blog)

Will this method result in what is considered Realism in physics as some seem to have a view of such things? Will it for example make a clearer picture of simulated molecular interactions? Or perhaps is there something a little more general to do here?

Maybe it is a psychological consideration. What do we need to learn very young that as we grow we stay flexible to new ideas and adaptable to new situations? Most problems seem to be the lack of controls or the fixing too soon of our knowledge or state of enquirey.

What, moreover, does the interconnection that develops across the genome that sets the mind in relation to memory and comprehension of that virtual state of our sentience over time? Clearly there may be a matrix that resolves our sense of time which should develop soundly, that is if such a higher state or culture of how we use our mind and knowing does not develop then in a sense the stress is too much to overcome and the mind can only handle the height it can achieve before fragmentation. Few people have this next state of thinking naturally in that they can develop in and control a richer psychological environment. Like food for the body earlier incarnations can persist longer at some level of development- such not fragmented minds quasically are relative sane like animals in their natural behavioral state or the development of character not pushed to excessive limits. Adults learning a trade or new language have ways to go beyond what is found naturally in the explosive and plastic growth of children- likewise there should be a psychology that maintains even higher intellectual achievements we should explore. I suggest then a certain artistic sensibility and a more human and personal treatment of what we consider realism as to how we apply the growing computer technology.

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