A displacement map is a scalar map that, for each point on an object’s surface, displaces the geometry in the direction of the object’s normal. Unlike regular bump mapping that “fakes” the look of relief, displacement mapping creates actual self-shadowing geometry.

Watch the QuickTime Video on Animated Displacement Maps

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