r/GraphicsProgramming

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A subreddit for everything related to the design and implementation of graphics rendering code. Suggested Posting Material: - Graphics API Tutorials - Academic Papers - Blog Posts - Source Code Repositories - Self Posts to Ask Questions or for Presentation - Books - Renders (Please xpost to /r/ComputerGraphics) - Career Advice - Jobs Postings (Graphics Programming only)
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