Occlusion may refer to:

  • Occlusion (dentistry), the manner in which the upper and lower teeth come together when the mouth is closed
  • Occlusion effect, an audio phenomenon that occurs when one closes the opening into the ear canal and the loudness of low pitched sounds increases
  • Occlusion miliaria, a skin condition that is accompanied by anhidrosis and increased susceptibility to heat
  • Occlusion culling or hidden surface determination, a 3D computer graphics process
  • Ambient occlusion, a shading method used in 3D computer graphics
  • Screen Space Ambient Occlusion (SSAO), a computer graphics rendering technique
  • Vascular occlusion, blockage of a blood vessel

Other articles related to "occlusion":

Screen Space Ambient Occlusion - Implementation
... samples the depth values around the current pixel and tries to compute the amount of occlusion from each of the sampled points ... In its simplest implementation, the occlusion factor depends only on the depth difference between sampled point and current point ... Compared to other ambient occlusion solutions, SSAO has the following advantages Independent from scene complexity ...
Screen Space Ambient Occlusion
... Screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO) is a rendering technique for efficiently approximating the computer graphics ambient occlusion effect in real time ...
Parallax Occlusion Mapping
... Parallax occlusion mapping (POM) is an enhancement of the parallax mapping technique ... Parallax occlusion mapping is used to procedurally create 3D definition in textured surfaces, using a displacement map (similar to a topography map) instead ... in textures, which correctly change relative to perspective and with self occlusion in real time (self-shadowing is additionally possible), without ...
List Of Me SH Codes (E06) - MeSH E06 --- Dentistry - MeSH E06.276 --- Dental Occlusion
... --- bite force MeSH E06.276.293 --- dental occlusion, balanced MeSH E06.276.459 --- dental occlusion, centric MeSH E06.276.459.733 --- vertical dimension ...
Middle Cerebral Artery - Occlusion
... Occlusion of the middle cerebral artery results in Middle cerebral artery syndrome, potentially showing the following defects Paralysis (-plegia) or weakness (-paresis ...