Monday, October 25, 2010

What happened to all the great graphics blogs?

I'm talking about farrarfocus (Timothy Farrar), repiblog, level of detail, enter the singularity, too many pixels... no more updates in ages. Did Twitter kill blogging? Or is interesting graphics development just slowing down? I think it's the former :( On the other hand, Carmack uses Twitter to chat about his graphics endeavours, so all is not bad.

5 comments:

Jesper Mosegaard said...

which cg blogs are good then ?

These seem to be updated:
http://www.wolfgang-engel.info/blogs/
http://www.realtimerendering.com/blog

... and naturally the blog of my lab ;)
http://cg.alexandra.dk

- Jesper Mosegaard

Ray Tracey said...

Thanks for the link to your labblog, it's always nice to get to know new and interesting blogs!

Yes, realtimerendering.com is a good blog and is updated on a relatively regular basis, but it's an exception.

Anonymous said...

I thought you might like to know that AMD have shown their new 3d solution. It's called AMD HD3D and they are supporting both active and passive setups. New GPU's with HDMI 1.4a and displayport 1.2.

gyakoo said...

Well, I don't have a great graphics dev blog at all, but that is true in my case. I'm using now more twitter for my regular thoughts about programming than posting in my blogs. Extrapolating a bit, maybe you're right :P

Just in case ...
http://goo.gl/1dJy (twitter)
http://goo.gl/8ZvE (blog)

Arthur said...

A starting point solution might be to add a blogroll of the great blogs to your own site. That would make it easier for others to find the great blogs that are out there.