Creating a raytracing renderer as a grid computing service on Azure.

Hi Everyone,

Firstly I'd like You to forgive me my bad english.

I am a student, and I have to write master thesis project.
I'm interrested in Azure and cloud computing, so an idea occurred to me to make a project that would use cloud computing. I'd like to make a raytracing renderer as a grid computing service which would work in the cloud, and the same renderer which would work on single computer. The goal is to show the difference in speed. This is my idea... I do not know how to deal with this as for now, but I'd like to know what do you think about my idea? I'm posting here becouse the main idea is to use Cloud Computing.

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Hi Wojciech. You might take a look at a grid computing framework I wrote for Azure called AzureGrid. You can get it at http://azuregrid.codeplex.com.

David

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