What is Ray Trace?
Ray tracing is a technique for generating realistic images by tracing the path of light through a three-dimensional scene. This technique is often used in computer graphics to create images of complex objects or scenes.
Ray tracing can be used to create realistic images of three-dimensional scenes because it takes into account the way that light interacts with objects in the scene. The technique can simulate various effects such as reflection, refraction, and shadows. Ray tracing can produce very realistic images, but it is computationally intensive and can be slow to render.