HLSLParser

We are using Max McGuire’s HLSLParser in The Witness and I just published all my changes in Thekla’s github repository. I also wrote some notes about our motivation, the changes we made and how are we using it at The Witness blog.

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Irradiance Caching – Continued

Looks like I’m getting into the habit of starting article series and abandoning them after the first installment. Where’s part 2 of the irradiance caching article that I wrote several years ago? Before starting a new series, I think it’s about time to wrap that one up. In the final part I wanted to write […]

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Irradiance Caching – Part 1

I finally finished writing the next article about the lightmap rendering tech that I did for The Witness. This one is about irradiance caching, and in particular I describe how to estimate irradiance gradients when the irradiance is sampled using a hemicube distribution. I’m afraid the article is a bit too specialized and I suspect […]

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We are hiring!

If you are following The Witness blog you may have heard that we are looking for programmers, if not, go check it out. I’ve been working on The Witness for a bit more than a year. So, I thought it might be a good time to write a bit about my experience so far, in […]

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Life

A lot has been going on in the last few months. Mariana is 14 weeks pregnant, so we are expecting to have another kid by the beginning of November. She has just finished her studies and has found herself a job at EMQ/FamiliesFirst. She works counseling problematic children and loves it so far, but she […]

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