Woodland Wizards

JWildfire flame GPU renderer

A project in Grambek, Germany by Andreas Maschke

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JWildfire is known for its powerful flame-fractal-editor. It would be so cool to have a GPU-based renderer for highspeed-rendering.
Backers: 59
Average Pledge Per Backer: €41

Funded: €2,406 of €12,345
Dates: Apr 5th -> May 5th (30 days)
Project By: Andreas Maschke
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OpenCl or ... what???

April 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi all, I was asked why I did not exactly tell what technology to use and if I'm uncertain or something.  I just was not aware that this was important/interesting. But, of course, I'm open to any of such kind of questions: I think, OpenCl will be... (Read More)

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April 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi folks, sorry for no update for the last days, but I did oversee that I had to publish it in a second step after saving it. So, there was an update, but nobody could see it ;-) More updates coming soon :-)  (Read More)

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