trace-of-radiance VS c-ray

Compare trace-of-radiance vs c-ray and see what are their differences.

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100 786
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0.0 9.5
over 3 years ago 2 days ago
C C
- MIT License
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trace-of-radiance

Posts with mentions or reviews of trace-of-radiance. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

c-ray

Posts with mentions or reviews of c-ray. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-04-13.
  • I use Linux
    1 project | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 16 Jul 2021
    Sort of hypothetical, of course. I just happen to collect old computer hardware and I like to see how old of a system I can compile one of my C projects for. But I bet it’s a requirement for many large software projects as well.
  • FOVO: A new 3D rendering technique based on human vision
    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Apr 2021
    > which I implemented for RenderMan

    Cool, you work at Pixar? I've been working on a small hobby renderer [1] for a few years, and RenderMan has been a big inspiration!

    [1] https://github.com/vkoskiv/c-ray

  • I feel like flying
    2 projects | /r/ProgrammerHumor | 28 Mar 2021
    Not sure if my long-time renderer project conforms to the suckless ethos. It’s 5 years old, ~8kloc, written in C99 and tries to go about things the simplest way possible. I do kind of pride myself on how much stuff I manage to remove from it as I slowly build it out to be more versatile.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing trace-of-radiance and c-ray you can also consider the following projects:

blender - Official mirror of Blender

plotoptix - Data visualisation and ray tracing in Python based on OptiX 7.7 framework.

raytracer-crystal

raytraCer - A C implementation of the Raytracer by Peter Shirley

flex-fov - intelligent defaults for displaying any FOV

MiniRT - Ray tracing project for 42 school, Codam.

xash3d-fwgs - Vulkan Ray Tracing fork of Xash3D FWGS engine. Intended to be merged into master at some point in the future.

PROJ_Option_Pricing_Matlab - Quant Option Pricing - Exotic/Vanilla: Barrier, Asian, European, American, Parisian, Lookback, Cliquet, Variance Swap, Swing, Forward Starting, Step, Fader

minimal_window - A very small C library for putting pixels on the screen, perfect for software raytracing projects.

C-Path-Tracer - Path Tracer written in C. Made mostly for fun.

vulkan_ray_tracing_minimal_abstraction - A minimal implementation of Vulkan ray tracing.

harm-less - Inspired by suckless and cat-v, this is a simple single document wiki of suckless practices and minimal software.

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