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SamplePamper Series - Part 1: 3D-Light, Flat-shading and Rotations

, 12 Sep 2007 CPOL
This article is one in a series for those who want to know about 3D when it comes to calculation of the light falling on a surface. It will explain in an easy manner for those who don't want to see all those graphical formulas in Greek, as they can be very confusing. Not just for use in C#
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