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mrmohadnan

Member Since 09 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active Sep 24 2014 06:38 AM

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In Topic: Real-time Global illumination for games discussion

30 October 2013 - 12:01 PM

Can you do great researches without have good background about computer hardware ( Graphics card ) and some background on electrical engineering ?


In Topic: global illumination for games

06 August 2013 - 07:15 AM

@GeneralQuery , thanks so much .
 

Ok great , I think that the most researches for 3D games now focus on "Real-time rendering global illumination " GeneralQuery   ( what is your think ? ) , I don't know exactly the research importance for fields such as Virtual points lights , spherical harmonics and Environment mapping.

GeneralQuery  , if you would like to arrange them (Radiosity,Virtual Point Lights,Spherical Harmonics,Environment Mapping) according to their importance for 3D games , how would you like arrange them  ?

In Topic: global illumination for games

06 August 2013 - 03:57 AM

@GeneralQuery , thanks , your approach is good ,  but my question still not answered , topics such as global illumination for games need math skills and they hard to figure out by looking at researches.

there is many topics in the field of computer graphics for games , I am interested in shading and lighting in general ( 3D games not for 2D ) , so what is the most recommended field to do research in and the skills required for such research ( math , time ....etc ) :
1 :  interactive visualization
2 : photo-realistic image synthesis. ( global illumination ). 

 


In Topic: Collision (AI)

28 May 2013 - 03:46 PM

BornToCode and Tasaq Hello :) , No I don't need pathfinding I think  it's complex  to be implemented in my game , I just want the enemy as shown in the picture just avoid the 3d models ( house , cat , dog , rock ............etc no matter ) because some times while he is wandering in 3D , the enemy get stuck !!!!!!!!!!!!!! 


In Topic: Scene graph

27 May 2013 - 08:33 AM

kunos  thanks , so I did not see your advice and answer for my problem !! I still can't figure out the problem as show in the picture above !! 


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