Jason Rupard (rupj.net)

GCC Projects
Ray Tracing and Global Illumination

Ray Tracing and Global Illumination Pic Ray tracing is an essential subject when it comes to computer graphics. It combines issues of efficiency and realism, thus finding a favorable balance of the time and effort involved to make realistic three dimensional images. In the process of researching the many different ways of implementing a ray tracer, the study began with local illumination and graduated to global illumination, using some pre-established techniques and the development of new techniques. [More]

C; C++; GCC;

Marklar Programming Language

Marklar Programming Language Pic Marklar is built around three basic types: Marklars, strings and numbers. A Marklar is a set with methods and has four basic subtypes: Ordered Marklars, Ordered Conformist Marklars, Unordered Marklars and Unordered Conformist Marklars. Ordered Marklars have arrays and Unordered Marklars have hash tables. Extended Marklars override or add methods to the base Marklar types. Furthermore, Marklar has purely procedural methods, including the main() method which is the default entry point. [More]

C#; ASP.NET; SOAP; C; C++; Win32; GCC; Flex&Bison; Parrot;

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