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Is it bad-practice using left-handed coordinate system in OpenGL eye-space?

In the engine I am currently programming I want to use a left-handed coordinate system for eye-space instead of the glFrustum standard right-handed one. Is that in anyway considered bad practice?
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Ways to “invert Z-axis” in shader-based core-profile OpenGL?

In my hobbyist shader-based (non-FFP) GL (3.2+ core) "engine", everything in world-space and model-space is by design "left-handed" (and to stay that way), so X-axis goes from -1 ("left") to 1 ...
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Coordinate spaces and transformation matrices

I'm trying to get an object from object space, into projected space using these intermediate matrices: The first matrix (I) is the one that transforms from object space into inertial space, but since ...
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Orthographic unit translation mismatch on grid (e.g. 64 pixels translates incorrectly)

I am looking for some insight into a small problem with unit translations on a grid. Update and Solved I solved my own issue. See below for details. Everything in this part of the post turned out to ...
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Draw a 3D object at specific coordinates on the screen

I'm creating an application which allows the user to manipulate 3D models. I would like to draw 3 axis representing the world coordinate system in 3D in order to give the user an idea where he is. ...
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Does the projection matrix flip winding order in right handed systems?

I am using a right handed coordinate system for my world coordinates (so, positive x goes right, y is up, and z is towards you). However, after projection and the w divide, nomalised device ...