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Implementing a black-body using Planck's Law in a 3D ray tracer
1_ In one of my software projects, I need to implement Planck's Law in terms of wavelength. I can't be sure if it's right because I've seen different variations of it, and all the implementations ...
Jul 31 '12 at 3:27
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