Geometry Instancing Technique, Implemented.

In real-time computer graphics, geometry instancing is the practice of rendering multiple copies of the same mesh in a scene at once. This technique is primarily used for objects such as trees, grass, or buildings which can be represented as repeated geometry without appearing unduly repetitive, but may also be used for characters. Although vertex data is duplicated across all instanced meshes, each instance may have other differentiating parameters (such as color, or skeletal animation pose) changed in order to reduce the appearance of repetition.

Sourena Game Studio - Instansing

Sourena Game Studio - Instancing

Sourena Game Studio - Instansing

Sourena Game Studio - Instancing

Sourena Game Studio - Static Mesh Instancing

Sourena Game Studio - Static Mesh Instancing

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