Final Year – C++ Shader Implementation

The second part of the shader assignment was to integrate our render monkey work in to a game/demo like environment. I chose to use C++ and the DXUT framework. This system gave me a stable starting point which would take care of most of the fiddely issues usually associated in creating a DirectX project.

We have a tiger representing only ambient lighting, bump mapped teapot, Phong lit teapot, Ashikmin-Shirley teapot, Ward Anisotropic teapot, my favourite Cook-Torrence teapot and a broken Ocean Shader. The Ocean shader worked quite nicely in render monkey, which leads me to think it has to do with the co-ordinate spaces that I am passing in.

Source Code and Release Executable


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