The opposite river bank, zooms

May 19, 2010 at 6:43 pm | Posted in Computer path | Leave a comment
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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.

Enmantled details

May 15, 2010 at 11:06 am | Posted in Computer path | Leave a comment
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A new picture called ‘Enmantled’. Is formed using hiperdimensional versions of the Alberto’s Maze formula. The high resolution printed version os this new picture can be grasped better through these zooms. The complete picture is here and at the art tab of this blog.

Sweet gypsum flavour in detail

May 9, 2010 at 5:23 pm | Posted in Computer path | Leave a comment
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Some zoomed details of the ‘Sweet gypsum flavour’ picture. The printable version has still more resolution. A classic backtracking algorithm with some custom tweaks was used to build the maze. Thanks to Maria for the image cooking.

Intimacity: the picture

May 2, 2010 at 10:11 am | Posted in Computer path | Leave a comment
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The definitive version of the Intimacity synthetic image is finalized. The printable one has 27 megapixel making for a very good definition on larger impressions (deviantart). My wife Maria has cooked some close ups to show several interesting details all over the city. I’ve spent hours looking around small areas of the landscape, the lighting varies subtlety allowing the pieces to have different appearances due to heterogeneous surrounding distributions. This scene has a complex radiosity equilibrium.

Blueberry hipersnowflake details

May 1, 2010 at 1:16 pm | Posted in Computer path | Leave a comment
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A few zoomed details from the ‘blueberry hipersnowflake’ could be useful to assert the quality of the full resolution render. See it at deviantart. Thanks to my wife Maria for those images:

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