bump mapping

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bump mapping ‎(uncountable)

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  1. (computer graphics) A technique where a perturbation to the surface normal of the object being rendered is applied to each pixel, based on a texture map, prior to calculating the illumination, so as to produce a richer, more detailed surface representation.

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