Learn Computer Graphics From Scratch
Publisher: Scratchapixel 2018
Number of pages: 329
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. 32 lessons, 166 chapters, 450,000 words, C++ source code.
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