Rendering-related papers of the past 350 years

The Royal Society (full name: Royal Society of London for the Improvement of Natural Knowledge) is marking the start of its 350th year by putting pdf versions of 60 notable papers from its journal, Philosophical Transactions (founded in 1665) on the web.  Although all the selected papers are crucial to the history of science, I wanted to call out those particularly related to the fundamentals of rendering.

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  1. morgan3d’s avatar

    I did the same thing when I saw that the royal society released these papers, and then tried to fill in the post 1960-part with other seminal papers for my students:


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