Archive for date: June 8, 2006

Risch algorithm

June 8, 2006 | General | By: Mark VandeWettering

This is another one of those postings that I make almost entirely for my own benefit. Today at lunch I was having a discussion with Tom about a particular problem that I was having trouble understanding: namely, understanding why the formulas for optimal sizing of pinhole camera aperatures were, well, what they are. Where do […]

How Pixar Made Cars

June 8, 2006 | General | By: Mark VandeWettering

If you want some information about how Pixar made Cars, check out the comments on this thread on Digg. True, most of them are completely incorrect, but probably at no greater rate than the commercial news media. Addendum: when you see totals like “17 hours per frame”, they almost certainly (and in this case do) […]