I often get asked questions about how long it took to render the animation, or what kind of computer I have. I often forgo answering, partly because it's not an easy question to answer. But in this post I will try and answer them as best I can.Read More
I've decided to render a true stereoscopic fractal flythrough - although it isn't 360 degrees. You can't look back, only forward, as it's a 180 degrees render. Still, it's as immersive as the other VR stuff, with the added benefit of being truly stereoscopic.Read More
I'm currently doing a couple of 'Ice Cave' renders, and an animation is in the making. I'm not sure if it's going to be any good, because rendering refractive materials is not only extremely slow, but also prone to a lot of unwanted artifacts. But let's put the problems aside for a moment.
I'm going to use the Ice Cave examples to explain something about fractals that I've been thinking about for a while. I'll try to not to get too technical, and anybody with a mild interest in rendering or computer graphics should be able to follow it.