APPROACHING REAL-TIME RENDERING FOR NEWS REPORTING MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
Real-time rendering is the part of 3D (Three Dimensional) computer graphics, focus on producing and analyzing images in real-time. It is mainly used in video games and interactive graphics in the past two decades. The 3D images are rendered by high-performance computer speed, hence the scenes seem to occur in real-time when players interact with the game. Moreover, real-time rendering has also been used for many purposes such as media and entertainment, films, manufacturing, and architecture. In 2018 there is a Forecast channel in the United States which is famous for portraying realistic 9 feet of storm surge at Carolina coast when Hurricane Florence was approaching. This study approached the pipeline of Real-time rendering and studied the significance of media technology in the present time since nowadays media technology has been developing and it plays a major role in the production of news.