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XRT is a raytracing based programmable rendering system for photo-realistic image synthesis built around a plug-in architecture design.


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Improving the gallery (part 2)

Posted: 01 Jul 2009 20:18
Tags: gallery

While re-rendering, I have bumped on bugs introduced by recent developments. So, it takes more time than expected but I am making progress. Mostly, only the Advanced RenderMan gallery needs some fixes.

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Improving the gallery

Posted: 23 Jun 2009 21:53
Tags: gallery

I am converting all pictures in the gallery to JPEG format to improve download times. It turns out also that, on most systems, some of my pictures are too dark and that my settings are more the exception than the rule. Therefore, my initial recommandation (changing your gamma) was the wrong thing to do: it feels better to fix the site.
I am re-rendering every example that needs it with gamma 2.2. Although converting directly my 8 bit data pictures would have been ok in most cases, re-rendering avoids any possible banding effects in dark areas. That should be completed within the next days.

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More JRMan examples

Posted: 23 Jun 2009 21:39
Tags: gallery jrman

I have added two new examples in the JRMan gallery.

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Welcome

Posted: 17 Jun 2009 14:06
Tags: documentation gallery website

Welcome to the XRT website !

This site (my first site) is obviously perfectible. Although the Gallery has already a fair amount of content, the Documentation is rather terse and you may complain that there is nothing ready for downloading. However, one have to dive someday to know if one can swim.
There are a number of things I want to complete before issuing a first release. Meanwhile, I'll keep on adding content into the site. There are quite a lot of nice pictures worth seeing left in my hard drive. As I learn more and more about Wikidot, I also hope to improve the look and features of this site

If you feel interested by XRT, please leave a comment here or post a message into the Forum.

PS: Depending on your system, the pictures may look quite dark. In this case, set your gamma to 2.2

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