Bayba: The 110 Bj's by Baldazzini

By Baldazzini

Bayba is one sizzling quantity. simply freshly sex-changed, she is starving for oral motion and units herself an unrivaled objective: do one hundred ten men in a row, continuous! one other lovely complete colour Baldazzini (Casa Howhard) tongue-in-cheek little bit of raunchy enjoyable!

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If we divided the data into more bins, it would get shorter. A discrete density function differs from a histogram in that it normalizes the frequency y-axis to a fraction or percentage (just a fraction times 100). A continuous histogram, where we take the number of bins to infinity, can’t be a fraction because the height of all the bins would drop to zero. A density function is one where we take the bins and adjust them so they don’t get shorter as we add more bins. For the case of the tree histogram above we might try: Bin-height = (Fraction of trees between height H and H’) / (H-H’) That would work!

I don’t have an opinion on which way to do it-- I have tried both and they both have their advantages-- but we have smooth metal and glass code anyway, so I add perfect specular surfaces that do not do explicit f()/p() calculations. We also lack a real background function infrastructure in case we want to add an environment map or more interesting functional background. Some environment maps are HDR (the R/G/B components are floats rather than 0-255 bytes usually interpreted as 0-1). Our output has been HDR all along and we’ve just been truncating it.

Remember that all pdf need to integrate to one. For cos(theta) < 1 we have s(direction) = 0, and the integral of cos over the hemisphere is Pi. So for a Lambertian surface the scattering pdf is: s(direction) = cos(theta) / Pi If we sample using the same pdf, so p(direction) = cos(theta) / Pi, the numerator and denominator cancel out and we get: Color = A * s(direction) This is exactly what we had in our original color() function! But we need to generalize now so we can send extra rays in important directions such as toward the lights.

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