ShaderX^2 books are now free for download

Discussion in 'Rendering Technology and APIs' started by Simon F, Jul 11, 2008.

  1. Simon F

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    Posting this on behalf of Eric Haines, co-author of "Real-time Rendering"

     
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    Hey that's great, thanks.
     
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    Indeed, I am sure a lot of people will find this useful.
     
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    Thanks a lot for those links (not that I understand the better part of it, but hey!).
     
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    Thanks for the links. I will file these away until I know what they mean. :wink:
     
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    Thanks! Just downloaded and reading it, looks good (any news about the pdfs of ShaderX1?).
     
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    The one thing I love about the ShaderX series are the ideas that developers have. I was never interested in code or anything, just the ideas.

    Thanks for the news Simon. (Yeah I know your post was July 11th :) )
     
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