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Second Edition of Real-Time Rendering by Tomas Akenine-Möller and Eric Haines

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Hey fella-developers! Do you think the book will cover everything good for a n00b? From content it looks better than any other book available as of now. link here Cheers

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I''ve got the first edition and it rocks. When I first got the book I didn''t understand quite a lot of it, but it has masses of practical information on just about everything you want with regard to real-time rendering. I still read the book quite a bit now, since it has a very good maths apendix, and over 300 hundred references in it.

I can totally recommend it, even if you are a n00b - if some of the material goes over your head the first time round, at least you become accustomed to all the relevant terms. If you read it enough it will all eventually stick... thats how I did it.

T

Oh, and the authors are damn helpful and the book has an excellent website - www.realtimerendering.com

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