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The Cycles Encyclopedia is an in-depth book covering all nodes and settings of and how to use that knowledge to your advantage; eBook in PDF format ( Version of the Cycles Encyclopedia has been released. The ebook now covers all features of Cycles up until Blender b and spans. Terry Wallwork reviews the new ebook 'The Cycles Encyclopedia' by Frederik Steinmetz and Gottfried Hofmann. Terry Wallwork writes.
Customer Reviews With The Cycles render engine you have more than 77 material nodes at your disposal. Who could possibly remember them all? Well, you can, with the help of this book. The Cycles Encyclopedia is an in-depth book covering all nodes and settings of the Cycles render engine. Version 1. English and German Detailed explanation of every! To get a an overview of how changing a setting in Cycles will alter the look of a shader the book includes several comparison sheets, at least one per shader.
Since then I am keeping the book with me all the time. I also joined forces to add all my theoretic knowledge about Cycles and path tracing. I very useful book! This book offers a complete description of the nodes you can use. Thank you!
Ton Roosendaal — February 26, Bryan Applegate verified owner — March 6, Hits on everything I feel I need to know to really utilize Nodes like a pro! David Bauguess verified owner — May 28, Extremely useful, and I love how much detail was put into it. This book upped my game right away, worth every penny! Thank you so much, guys! Paul Smith — December 14, Can you please use the Visa card instead that I Registered with?
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Product Description Customer Reviews With The Cycles render engine you have more than 77 material nodes at your disposal. Version 1. English and German Detailed explanation of every! Here is an example for the glass shader: To help you understand how Cycles shaders work internally The Cycles Encyclopedia has drawings included to visualize what is going on behind the scenes, here an example for the ambient occlusion shader: The ambient occlusion distance for example should be about half of the ceiling height for interiors for perfect results: But also the more technical aspects of Cycles are explained using drawings, like the feature sample all direct in branched path tracing: So the book now works on three levels: A place to look up all about every node and setting in Cycles.
A reference sheet for the look of shaders and textures. A guide to path tracers in general. We hope you will find the book useful and will enjoy reading it!
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The Encyclopedia of Volcanoes summarizes our present knowledge of volcanoes. Through its thematic organization around the melting of the earth, it provides a comprehensive source of information on the multidisciplinary influences of volcanic eruptions--both the destructive as well as the beneficial aspects.
The majority of the chapters focus on the geoscience-related aspects of volcanism radioactive heat source, melting rock, ascent of magma, surface phenomena associated with exiting magma, extraterrestrial volcanism, etc. In addition, complementary chapters discuss the multidisciplinary aspects of volcanism; these include the history of volcanology, geothermal energy resources, interaction with the oceans and atmosphere, health aspects of volcanism, mitigation of volcanic disasters, post-eruption ecology, and the impact of eruptions on organismal biodiversity.
In addition to its appeal to educators, students, and professional and amateur scientists, the Encyclopedia of Volcanoes functions as an important information resource for administrators and officials responsible for developing and implementing volcanic hazard mitigation around the world. Table of Contents R. Ballard, Foreword. Origin and Transport of Magma: H. Sigurdsson, B.
Houghton, H. Rymer, J. Stix, and S. McNutt, Introduction. Sigurdsson, The History of Volcanology. Jeanloz, Mantle of the Earth. Asimov, Melting the Mantle. Daines, Migration of Melt.
Perfit and J.
Davidson, Tectonics and Volcanism. Rogers and C. Hawkesworth, Composition of Magmas.
Grove, Origin of Magmas. Wallace and A. Anderson, Volatiles in Magmas. Spera, Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Magmas. Marsh, Reservoirs of Magma and Magma Chambers. Rutherford and J. Gardner, Rates of Magma Ascent. Carrigan, Plumbing Systems. Jaupart, Magma at Shallow Levels. Eruption: T. Simkin and L.
Siebert, Active Volcanoes on the Earth. Pyle, Sizes of Volcanic Eruptions. Sigurdsson, Episodes of Volcanism. Effusive Volcanism: G. Walker, Basaltic Volcanoes and Volcanic Systems.
Kilburn, Lava Flows. Fink and S. Anderson, Domes and Coulees. Wolff and J.
Conner and M. Conway, Basaltic Volcanic Fields. Hooper, Flood Basalt Provinces. Batiza and J. White, Submarine Lavas and Hyaloclastite. Schmidt and H. Smellie, Sub-Glacial Eruptions. Explosive Volcanism: Cashman, B.
Sturtevant, P. Papale, and O. Navon, Magmatic Fragmentation. Morrisey, B. Zimoriski, K. Wohletz, and R. Buettner, Phreatomagmatic Fragmentation. Vergniolle and M. Mangan, Strombolian and Hawaiian Eruptions. Morrissey and L. Mastin, Vulcanian Eruptions.
Cioni, P. Marianelli, R. Santecroce, and A. Sbrana, Plinian Eruptions. White and B. Houghton, Pyroclastic Eruptions. Houghton, C. Wilson, R. Smith, and J. Gilbert, Phreatoplinian Eruptions.