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Graphics File Formats FAQ (Part 3 of 4): Where to Get File Format Specifications
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Rayshade is a ray-tracing application for the Unix environment. The
Rayshade format is the native scene description language used by Rayshade.
And like most 3D scene-rendering formats it is ASCII-based and supports
most features commonly found in these formats.

The specification is available in the Rayshade distribution on many BBSs
and FTP archive sites. The official Rayshade FTP site is:

  ftp://princeton.edu/pub/Graphics/

And the format is detailed in the document:

  Rayshade 4.0 Quick Reference

The author may be contacted at:

  Princeton University
  Attn: Craig Kolb
  Department of Computer Science
  35 Olden Street
  Princeton, NJ 08544
  Email: cek@princeton.edu

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