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OnoSendai
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Post by OnoSendai » Thu Aug 31, 2006 8:25 pm

Well here it is after 18 hours.

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Definitely not maxwell speed yet :)
Still, i'm happy that bidir works with sunlight in this case alright.

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Post by Camox » Thu Aug 31, 2006 8:34 pm

It pleases me very well. There one can be nevertheless content. Very nice. :D

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Post by mrmoose » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:02 pm

WOW! Great job nik...

mrmoose :D

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Post by manitwo » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:16 pm

looks awesome! nice work 8)

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Post by Zom-B » Thu Aug 31, 2006 9:44 pm

Hey I found this render, on the old site too...
there with other Indigo versions, here are the reposted images for comparison
(NOT (!!!1!) between v0.5 and new code, but more somethink like past & future :wink:)
15th Jan 2006 wrote: A render of the room modelled by Hao La, using the new skylight model mentioned below.
Spectral MLT. Render time: ~10 hours.

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11th December 2005 wrote:
I added a material override system, so that I can load up .3ds models,
but specify the material to use for each material that was in the .3ds file.
The overridden materials are specified in the scene xml file, and look something like this:

<matoverride matname="teapots">
<phong>
<diffuse>0 0 0</diffuse>
<specular>0.8 0.8 0.8</specular>
<exponent>100</exponent>
</phong>
</matoverride>

A render using the new system: Spectral Metropolis L.T. tracer. Render time ~50000 secs. Materials:
The wall is a Lambertian (diffuse) reflector with reflectivity 0.8. The teapots are an isotropic Phong material.
The floor and steps are an isotropic phong material with a diffuse wood-textured substrate.
Model graciously provided by Hao La.

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