FTDI has been acting very unprofessional by pushed out a new driver with Windows Update that bricks counterfeit/clone/incompatible FTDI chips by setting the Product ID to “0000”.
Here is the process that worked for me to return the FTDI chip back to its original VID:PID of 0403:6001 from a Linux (Ubuntu) computer.
Plug in your bricked device. If you run “lsusb” it should show a device at “0403:0000″.
We asked for normal map to use on 3d coin, but our freelance designer gave us this:
This is not normal map, not even quite a bump map. Here is a better explanation:
Malaysia colleagues trains many good 3D artist, but mostly for the pre-rendered video use. They should expose more to real-time rendering 3d modelling.