Raja (RAy tracer in JAva) is a complete, object oriented ray tracer written in Java. It fully supports transparency, intersection, union, complement, mirroring, basic anti-aliasing, and exact acne correction. We aim to do a complete, easy to use and distributed renderer to do images or movies over a network of heterogeneous computers.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics 3D Rendering|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This is the first release since the move to SourceForge; CVS is working flawlessly. A basic but uniform Image I/O framework has been implemented, and improvements were made in the command line UI. Ability to choose the codec, checking that the image shall be saved successfully before rendering, and more verbose modes. Class World replaces the old Scene class. A scene is now a world with a camera, and the example scene files have been cleaned and updated accordingly.
Release Notes: Thread priorities have been tuned. Now the Mini GUI under Windows is still usable during ray tracing computation.
Release Notes: A new GUI, an enhanced command line UI (GNU style), the very first release of the user manual, and Raja can be used online with the Java Web Start technology.