SMAA: Subpixel Morphological Antialiasing
NOTE THAT SMAA DEVELOPMENT IS IN PROGRESS, WITH SOME FEATURES STILL MISSING.
SMAA is a very efficient GPU-based MLAA implementation, capable of handling subpixel features seamlessly, and featuring an advanced pattern detection & handling mechanism.
Checkout the technical paper for more info!
Stephen Hill ‒ for its invaluable support.
Alex Fry ‒ for its priceless help with the devkit.
Naty Hoffman ‒ for helping us to touch base with the game developer community.
Jean-Francois St-Amour ‒ for providing us great images for testing.
Johan Andersson ‒ for providing the fantastic BF3 image and clearing important questions.
Dmitriy Jdone ‒ for porting the code to GLSL.
Weibo Xie ‒ for the suggested optimizations.
Alexander Reshetov ‒ for creating MLAA, and opening our mind.
Everyone on the SIGGRAPH course ‒ for the incredible inspiration.
See SMAA.h for integration info. You'll also need some precomputed textures, which can be found as C++ headers (Textures/AreaTex.h and Textures/SearchTex.h), or as regular DDS files (see Textures directory). The directories DX9 and DX10 contain integration examples for DirectX 9 and 10 respectively.
Found a bug? Please create an issue here on GitHub!
Jorge Jimenez http://www.iryoku.com/
Jose I. Echevarria http://cheveone.blogspot.com/
Tiago Sousa https://twitter.com/#!/CRYTEK_TIAGO
Diego Gutierrez http://giga.cps.unizar.es/~diegog/
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Copyright © 2011 Jorge Jimenez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright © 2011 Belen Masia (email@example.com)
Copyright © 2011 Jose I. Echevarria (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright © 2011 Fernando Navarro (email@example.com)
Copyright © 2011 Diego Gutierrez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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