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A Java version of the MiniLight minimal global illumination renderer. http://www.hxa.name/minilight/
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This is a Java port of the minimal global illumination renderer MiniLight (http://www.hxa.name/minilight). This version was done by Tom Eklöf (tom.eklof gmail com). I have strayed from MiniLight's goal of simplicity just for the sake of teaching myself how to do things like threading in Java. USAGE java -jar MiniLight.jar [options] modelfile will produce a .ppm file named modelfile.ppm Some models are provided in the models/ subdirectory The currently implemented options are: Option Description ------ ----------- --help Prints usage information --image Alternate name for image file. (Defaults to model name + ".ppm") --luminance <Float> Sets the display luminance to be used when saving images. The lower the number, the brighter the image. (default: 200.0) --override <Integer> Overrides the number of iterations specified in the model file. --period <Integer> Set the save period (in seconds). Currently only works in single- threaded mode. (default: 360) --seed <Long> Set random seed (default: 42) --threads <Integer> Number of threads to use. 1 naturally means no multithreading, and this is the default (default: 1) All options can be abbreviated, so --luminance can be written as -l TROUBLESHOOTING Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: joptsimple/OptionException: - Make sure that the jopt-simple-3.2.jar is either in the lib/ subdirectory or somewhere else in your CLASSPATH