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wat is the difference between ray-casting and ray-tracing?
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by:Maizlish
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Try to find PCGPE ( PC games programmers encyclopedy ) for DOS (!!!)
there you can find all the explanations

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by:gauss_l
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thanks but no thanz
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d94stein earned 30 total points
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Ray casting is like ray tracing, but you do not worry about secondary rays
(eg. shadows, mirrors). Only check visiblity and color.

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