Monthly Archives: November 2009

GPUPRO: Alpha Blending as a Post-Process

This looks interesting (followed a link from Ste’s blog) GPUPRO: Alpha Blending as a Post-Process.

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When trying to unbrick your ADSL Router…

When trying to unbrick your ADSL Router this is the most beautiful sight in the world: C:\>tftp -i 192.168.1.1 PUT upgrade_code.bin Transfer successful: 3862584 bytes in 10 seconds, 386258 bytes/s

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Modern Awe-Fare

http://news.vgchartz.com/news.php?id=5799 “VGChartz predicts that Modern Warfare 2 will comfortably outperform GTA IV in overall revenue – around $500 million is expected to be generated worldwide in the first week…” Sobering thought! But not as sobering as this: “…more than any … Continue reading

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Develop!

Going to Develop conference in Liverpool tomorrow, http://www.develop-conference.com/liverpool/ Steve McAuley and Steve Tovey on my team are doing a talk about lighting: http://www.develop-conference.com/tec/liv/programme.html It’s called ‘A Bizarre Way to do Real-Time Lighting’ and it’s well worth going along to see … Continue reading

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