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I’ve decided to spend more time updating my engine’s features and tools. Asset hot reloading, shader reflection, grass, terrain materials, and much more have been adding. More to come!
“You yourselves well know that the Day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night. Destruction will suddenly descend upon the unsuspecting, and there is no way they will escape.” 1 Thessalonians 5:1-3 Introduction Thieves in the Night is my current WIP. It is an Oculus Rift enabled first-person shooter that
Here’s an old video of the same Poly Explode effect that is in the ProjectB videos below. The wall sticking effect was achieved by rendering the running Goblin into rendered to a texture. This texture was then applied to the wall.
I was playing around Kuwahara Filtering one summer to give photos a painterly look. I used CUDA to perform the calculations on the GPU. The left image is the source file and the right is the processed image. Click on the thumbs for a bigger picture. Kuwahara Filter
A simple Ray Tracer with photon mapping in C++. Features: Loads scenes in .ms3d format. Performs a first-hit speed up by rendering the scene with the GPU into multiple buffers (color, normal, world, etc). Starts at each pixel in the GPU rendered buffers and performs standard CPU ray-tracing to calculate soft-shadows, reflections and refraction. Diffuse interreflections are
ProjectB is a Geometry Wars inspired Win32/DirectX game I’ve been developing in my spare time. A short gameplay video can be found here. The game itself can be found here. Technical Info DirectX 9 deferred lighting engine using a cascaded shadow map for the directional light. LOD height mapped terrain using textures that are procedurally blended into