Learning some math, any suggestions?

by jsinclai @ 4:35 pm 31 January 2010

Hey all,

So I’m certainly a bit behind on my computer graphics and math skills. I haven’t taken any math since single variable calculus in High School, and I’ve never taken a graphics course. Anyone know any good tutorials or crash courses from which I could learn some of the principles?

I might even consider buying a textbook if it’s a really useful reference.

Thanks for any direction,
~Jordan Sinclair


  1. http://www.fisixengine.com/community.asp

    Comment by xiaoyuan — 31 January 2010 @ 9:09 pm
  2. Hi Jordan,
    It’s difficult to make a recommendation as it really depends on what you want to achieve. Also, it’s common to work with mathematics libraries that work as “black boxes” and spare you the trouble of trying to implement fancy equations on your own. Let’s talk about what you want to do.

    Comment by golan — 2 February 2010 @ 2:30 am

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