Interval mapping isn?t a stand-alone texture map adjustment method. Rather, it is a mapping method for other methods such as bump mapping or parallax mapping to use, when they are scanning for the next point to calculate. Rather than mapping each pixel per pixel, jumps of a pre-set distance are used, then jumped back on by half the length, until a pixel with a changed potential heightmap is reached. When used on textures such as bricks, or tiles, where most of the time, no change in height is necessary, this method saves computation time.
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An in-depth Gamedev article, containing step by step coding advice for implementing parallax occlusion mapping to textures, such that the simulated heights can even self-occlude.
This book is an attempt to cross-reference the techniques of mapping and charting the physical world, with attempts to chart cyberspace. All of cyberspace, from individual virtual environments, through to the world wide web, as a single cohesive whole, a second world of many worlds, for others to explore, possessing the maps to do so.
Tokyo. Quite possibly, the birth place of the true sensor web. Birthing, right now.
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A small web service, dedicated to mapping the statisics on practically every MMO out there: Subscribers, active subscribers, market share, and a whole lot more. Comparisons available in xls format.
This image is all about mapping, and more specifically how to preserve all necessary high level information in a virtual environment, in a cut down form, to allow easy oversight.
A new method of creating parallax mapping has been demonstrated, which can automatically create parallax texturemaps from ordinary photographs.
The Allen Brain Atlas, a project like never before: Literally a mapping of the human brain, an attempt to make connections between anatomical, genetic, and behavioral observations.
Eventually maps became digital, and all manner of computerised versions sprung up. Yet, for all the centralisation, and innovation, one thing never changed: For all their promise, computer based maps look, and function exactly the same as their printed brethren.
"Today a brain scan reveals our thoughts, moods, and memories as clearly as an X-ray reveals our bones. We can actually observe a person's brain registering a joke or experiencing a painful memory."
Mapping your world is actually one of the most important things to be BEFORE you start to build. This excellent, and indeed, sorely needed article talks about how to construct logical maps from your initial sketches, and then how to use them to create a much more elegant, much more immersive build.
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The new bicycling directions available on Google Maps starting Wednesday supplement the guidance already provided to motorists and pedestrians. The biking directions initially will be available only for the United States.
Google is set to launch a property dimension to its UK mapping system.
The new service will allow both estate agents and private sellers to put their property as an overlay on Google Maps.
The plans were outlin...
Mapping the billions of connections in the brain is a grand challenge in neuroscience. The current method for mapping interconnected brain cells involves the use of room-size microscopes known as transmission electron microscopes (TEMs).
CardioInsight Technologies Inc., a company headquartered at University Hospitals of Cleveland, has recently closed a $6 million Series B round of funding for further development of its cardiac Electrocardiographic Mapping (ECM) technology. ...
Realism is such a funny word. It can mean precisely emulating the humdrum of normal life, or it can mean increasing immersion, and believability. In this case, its realism of the good kind, the increase in believability thanks to normal map...