A specular highlight is a point on a surface with a high specularity where the light is reflecting directly from the source to the viewer. That is to say that the surface normal is angled equidistant between the lightsource and the view frustrum. The result is a bright point of light on the surface of the object, that can be used by the eye to work out the shape of said reflective object.
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When your physical form is not moving for an extended period of time, you start to develop potential issues. If there is a lack of use of your form for a protracted time, these issues deepen into serious concerns. This list is not exhaustive, but does highlight many of the major concerns with protracted VR usage as an alternate life.
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(Press Release) Simthetiq Inc, 3d content provider for the simulation and serious game industry is releasing a free visual real-time 3d model, the Leopard C2A1 MEXAS, for all developers.
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A portable device that can show in five minutes is a person is infected with a particular virus or bacterium has been developed by Ostendum, a University of Twente spinoff.
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