Why Doom is Awesome: Binary Space Partitioning

Why Doom is Awesome: Binary Space Partitioning

February 16, 2023 0 By retrogamingdev

Why Doom is Awesome: Binary Space Partitioning
Edit: I’m aware now that Doom didn’t use affine texture mapping. I’m also aware that many of the games following Doom used portal based rendering, while still having files with a .BSP format.

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An exploration into how Doom’s graphics work and how Doom affected the gaming industry back in 1993.

0:00 Preliminary explanation
0:53 Intro
4:30 Wolfenstein
8:00 Doom
25:37 Addendum

#Doom #Doom1993 #DoomBSP

Doom visualization tool: https://ift.tt/YfmiGBL
Headless Doom: https://ift.tt/dGPRgMf
Node Building Video: https://youtu.be/iqKrbF6PxWY


R Schumacher & Air Force Human Resources Laboratory. Training Research Division 1969, Study for applying computer-generated images to visual simulation, Air Force Human Resources Laboratory, Air Force Systems Command, Brooks Air Force Base, Tex.

Fuchs, H, Kedem, ZM & Naylor, BF 1980, ‘On visible surface generation by a priori tree structures’, ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, vol. 14, no. 3, https://ift.tt/NWVdjZO.

Special Thanks:
ID Software
CoD Black Ops: Cold War
The Doom Community
via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYMZsMMlubg