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  • Title: Learn Computer Graphics From Scratch!
  • Author(s) Scratchapixel
  • Publisher: Scratchapixel (2018)
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  • eBook: HTMLl
  • Language: English
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Book Description

This is a book for an intructory course in computer graphics. It is designed to include the basic information needed in an introductory course. It also includes example tutorials for the use of graphics editing programs Microsoft Paint, GIMP and Blender, etc.

From the table of contents: Mathematics and Physics for Computer Graphics; Foundations of 3D Rendering; Better, Faster, More; Advanced Techniques; Digital Imaging; Procedural Generation of Virtual Worlds.

Currently, it has 32 lessons, 166 chapters, 450,000 words, C++ source code

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