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Lens Flare Algorithms

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Does anyone have any SAMPLE C/C++ code that generates LensFlares such as those in Photoshop?  I need them in either c/c++.
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check out this page http://www.jacksonville.net/~3dguy/lens_flare_tutorial.html
you can email the author, to request the source code. The source code it's in C++
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