graphics

Previously I’ve decided to implement a rather basic raycasting engine in ClojureScript. It was a lot of fun, an interesting experience, and ClojureScript was awesome. I’ve implemented small labyrinth game, and thought about adding more features to the engine, such as camera shake, and wall height change. But when I’ve started working on these, I quickly understood, that I’d like to move on to something more interesting, like real 3D rendering engine, that also uses rays.

Ray casting is quite old technique, that was heavily used in the early days of game development in a lot of games to create illusion of 3D space. Most known example, and perhaps first widely successful game that used this technique, was Wolfenstein 3D, made by ID Software in 1992.