ACM Transactions on Graphics

ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) is the foremost peer-reviewed journal in the graphics field. In the colorful pages of TOG, leading researchers discuss breakthroughs in computer-aided design, synthetic image generation, rendering, solid modeling, and other areas. "Research," the largest regular section, is necessary intellectual nourishment for anyone implementing graphics systems.

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Researchers reach new AI benchmark for computer graphics

Computer graphic simulations can represent natural phenomena such as tornados, underwater, vortices, and liquid foams more accurately thanks to an advancement in creating artificial intelligence (AI) neural networks.


Let it flow: Recreating water flow for virtual reality

The physical laws of everyday water flow were established two centuries ago. However, scientists today struggle to simulate disrupted water flow virtually, e.g., when a hand or object alters its flow.