system at April 15th, 2010 10:00 — #1
Real-time remains fictional, but I have managed to create a preview thats kind of fun. Using the mouse buttons and wheel you can navigate around the scene fairly easily with a low resolution preview to find the spot you would like to render. give it a shot
Don't use Internet Explorer, it really won't work... Chrome works best.
thenut at April 15th, 2010 12:03 — #2
So what are your plans with this? Or simply the web and graphics in general. Any thoughts about building 3d games using similar tech (web 3d or whatnot)?
rant_ at April 16th, 2010 07:21 — #3
This is quite impressive, raytracers are like a hobby for me It even works on my new HTC, although it would drain power quickly. And something's wrong with the canvas... but it works
fireside at April 16th, 2010 08:11 — #4
Very cool. Moving around in low res was a good idea, but I think it should have possibly diverted to just low everything also because when I tried some of the higher things, it slowed down when moving around.
marcgfx at April 16th, 2010 11:57 — #5
thanks for the comments . yeah, I'll have microsoft get IE up to date, wouldn't that be fine! my
legloups at April 16th, 2010 15:57 — #6
Impressive as to raytracer, very good work
rouncer at April 18th, 2010 03:15 — #7
Beautiful shot you picked off it, looks like a really pretty story book.