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Jan Rogowski asked ·

Lens shader development

Hi all!

I hope you're all safe and well.

So. I'm looking to re-render a short film in Arnold for a very specific, dome (ish) theatre screen.

In the past the wonderful Marc-Antoine Desjardins helped us out with the development of his Obq_KettleUVStereoLens shader. But it's now pretty old and he's a busy man so I'm looking for anyone who might be able to help us develop this for MtoA (3.1.2.1).

If you think you might be interested please do give me a shout here or at jan@redstar3d.com.

Thanks!

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Lee Griggs answered ·
@Zeno Pelgrims has been working on a lens shader. Maybe he would be interested.

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