The opposite river bank, zoomsMay 19, 2010 at 6:43 pm | Posted in Computer path | Leave a comment
Tags: 3D, art, C++, engine, fractal, maths, procedural, programming, radiosity, ray tracing, raydiant, raytracing, realtime, render
A new picture has been added to the collection at the art tab. Its name is ‘The opposite river bank’, depicts a copper veined marble landscape based on a variant of Alberto’s Maze function. These are some zoomed details of the high definition printable version here. The Raydiant engine has been used to render it. This particular view of the scenario was obtained during a real time full radiosity interactive walk.