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SamplePamper Series - Part 2: 3D-Light Reflections

, 12 Sep 2007 CPOL 34.2K 451 29
This article is for those of you who want to know about 3D when it comes to calculation of light reflection. 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#, it will describe the math.

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