Raytracing and Linux

Raytracing and Linux

Post by Bryan Ko » Fri, 13 May 1994 14:34:36



Are there any raytracing packages avilable for Linux or X?

Thanks,
  Bryan

 
 
 

Raytracing and Linux

Post by Robert W. Brew » Sat, 14 May 1994 06:15:31



Quote:>Are there any raytracing packages avilable for Linux or X?

PoVray works well.  It is available somewhere in the graphics
directory on ftp.wustl.edu.  Also check comp.graphics.raytracing.

There are also several others, like Rayshade, but I have not personally
used them under linux.  They are probably at wustl too.

-Rob
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Raytracing and Linux

Post by Ben Ada » Sun, 15 May 1994 07:53:20



> Are there any raytracing packages avilable for Linux or X?

Try POV-Ray 2.0.  It can be found on Compu$erve, or I will email
the source to who ever wants it...

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Raytracing and Linux

Post by James E. Mcnall » Mon, 16 May 1994 02:55:19



: > Are there any raytracing packages avilable for Linux or X?

: Try POV-Ray 2.0.  It can be found on Compu$erve, or I will email
: the source to who ever wants it...
        or alfred.ccs.carleton.ca (I think) and many other places...
2.0 is an old version.  I think 2.3 or 2.4 is current..
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Raytracing and Linux

Post by POVRAY accou » Thu, 26 May 1994 13:25:04




: >Are there any raytracing packages avilable for Linux or X?

: PoVray works well.  It is available somewhere in the graphics
: directory on ftp.wustl.edu.  Also check comp.graphics.raytracing.

try at my POV site - it has a bit more stuff.

uniwa.uwa.edu.au in pub/povray. also check out the HALL_OF_FAME images !
(uniwa is also mirrored at wuarchive somewhere ... graphics/graphics ...)

-- Chris Cason

 
 
 

Raytracing and Linux

Post by POVRAY accou » Thu, 26 May 1994 13:26:41





: : > Are there any raytracing packages avilable for Linux or X?

: : Try POV-Ray 2.0.  It can be found on Compu$erve, or I will email
: : the source to who ever wants it...
:       or alfred.ccs.carleton.ca (I think) and many other places...
: 2.0 is an old version.  I think 2.3 or 2.4 is current..

it's 2.2 at the moment. uniwa.uwa.edu.au in pub/povray.

-- Chris Cason
   POV-Team

 
 
 

1. Linux for raytracing

Hi -

A small "poll" type question:

What systems do anybody here run (mem/mhz/proc type/mem speed/bus speed)
that use their Linux setups for a lot of raytracing / raytracing only?

I am planning to build a system / change my currenty one to mainly render
with PovRay stuff that I designed in 95 with a scene builder. My currently
rendering jobs "reliably" crash Win95 about every two days.

Thanks!

Stefan Viljoen
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Starwars Forever!!!


http://home.intekom.com/rylan/

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