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macgub



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macgub
Smoth shaded lines with interpolated transparency (rays) + textured parallelpiped. I used simple line drawing routine released sometime ago by Pablo Reda. I extend it a bit by adding transparency and color interpolaion. Thanks for your work Pablo Exclamation

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Post 28 Jun 2019, 08:35
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edfed



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Wonderfull
Post 28 Jun 2019, 10:58
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macgub



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macgub
Thanks a lot!
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pabloreda



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good work!
Thank to you macgub!!
Post 28 Jun 2019, 22:42
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comrade



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comrade
Well done!

I couldn't tell (didn't stare too long), but is the texture mapping perspective correct?
Post 01 Jul 2019, 05:56
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pabloreda



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pabloreda
Hey MacGub, I have a lot of all integer algorithms for graphics, but in my forth (r4).
I do some experiment with integer software voxel rendering too and sure continue working in some time in this subject, if you go to this area tell me for pass the ideas or the code
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macgub



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Sorry for delay...
@comrade
It has no perspective correction. Its parallel projection.
@Pablo
Hey! Thanks for your offer. But whats a pity I am not familiar with forth. But I think also running executables are worth to see.. Could you give link to binary???
@all
Good luck Exclamation
Post 11 Jul 2019, 19:01
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macgub



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OK It's all nice described at your git repository. Screenshots looks interesting. But voxel method requires many memory... Anyway nice work. Conclusion: r4 is project you work since years. I like your stuborn and conseqence.
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