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+ - Major redesign of the Mitsuba renderer goes public

Submitted by wazlaf
wazlaf (681158) writes "After a two years of internal development and a whopping 5MB source code diff, a completely redesigned version of the Mitsuba renderer was just released to the public.

Mitsuba is a modular physically-based rendering engine which features an interactive preview and many state-of-the art rendering algorithms that can be tweaked and combined in endless ways. One of the highlights of this release is that it includes the first openly available implementation of the original Metropolis Light Transport algorithm that works correctly. The release announcement contains a full listing of all new features. Example scenes, the source, and binaries for all major platforms are provided on the download page."
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