This scene of a cubicle office space was created entirely in MGF, uses many of the language features and contains measured spectral data. We therefore recommend that you start with this if you are trying to understand MGF itself and not just looking for a cool model. It is also a good one to use because it contains measured photometry. Click here to download.
This is a model of the author's old bathroom, prior to remodeling. (It looks much better now, I swear!) Click here to download.
This is an unbuilt design of a theater by Mark Mack Architects, modeled in glorious detail by Charles Ehrlich in 1989 using GDS. Thanks go to Greg Ward and Kevin Matthews for their help and support.
A model of a make-believe cabin created by Cindy Larson. Click here to download the main model.
Click here to download a forest landscape that surrounds the cabin with over 1 million surfaces.
A complete model of a real conference room, created by Anat Grynberg and Greg Ward. Click here to download.
An imaginary office space with a single window (and no door!), created by Greg Ward. Click here to download.
An imaginary ice cream parlor, created by Greg Ward. Click here to download.
The lower deck of a generic US cruiser, created by Saba Rofchaei and Greg Ward. This model contains hundreds of thousands of surfaces, and is not recommended for recreational use. Click here to download.
A set of 11 canonical diffuse, grey environments created by Peter Shirley of Indiana University for testing radiosity and Monte Carlo rendering algorithms, here converted to MGF format from the original files in the pub/RW5 directory at ftp.cs.indiana.edu.
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