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Epsilon Render Framework

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This is a personal project that I started after leaving my previous job, where I oversaw the development of an in-house 3D engine for online gaming. Epsilon refers to "almost nothing reused," and is designed around rapid throw-away prototyping.

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  • Modular application framework, where render backends (e.g. Direct3D (9 / 10), OpenGL, OpenGL | ES, NULL) can be swapped at run-time.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

X Window System (X11), OpenGL, Win32 (MS Windows), Console/Terminal, Command-line, Carbon (Mac OS X)

Programming Language

C++, Objective C, GLSL (OpenGL Shading Language)

Registered

2010-06-08

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