The Lightweight Java Game Library (LWJGL) provides access to high performance, cross-platform libraries OpenGL and OpenAL. Additionally LWJGL provides access to controllers such as Gamepads, Steering wheel and Joysticks.

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How does this snippet of code create a ray direction vector?

In the Minecraft source code, this code is used to create a direction vector for a ray from pitch and yaw:' float f1 = MathHelper.cos(-rotationYaw * 0.01745329F - 3.141593F); float f3 = ...
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How can I make OpenGL textures scale without becoming blurry?

I'm using OpenGL through LWJGL. I have a 16x16 textured quad rendering at 16x16. When I change it's scale amount, the quad grows, then becomes blurrier as it gets larger. How can I make it scale ...
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Packaging Jar with External Libraries in Eclipse

I have a class called Game in the package net.aGameName and am trying to export a runnable Jar using eclipse. In the project I have two external Jar files added, lwjgl.jar and lwjgl_util.jar. When I ...
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vector collision on polygon in 3d space detection/testing?

In the 3d fps in java I'm working on, I need a bullet to be fired and to tell if it hit someone. All visual objects in the game are defined through OpenGL, so the object it can be colliding with can ...
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Restricting Camera Movements with OpenGL

I've been programming a game using the Java library LWJGL. I've got a little problem, though. It is a 2D game, and I'm aiming for a game like the original Civilization (I quick Google of "Civilization ...
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Rendering only what is on the screen

I am fairly new to this world, so bear with me. I have a grid of blocks in a top-down, 2d game written using Slick. The best way to think of it is the Pokemon world. Right now, I am rendering all ...
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LWJGL Rendering a 2D Object at a Certain Position On-Screen

Okay, so in LWJGL, how can I render a 2D object (maybe for like a menu, or meter that shows up on screen during the game), and have control over size and position on screen? So I can tell it what ...
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LWJGL Determining whether or not a polygon is on-screen

Not sure whether this is an LWJGL or math question. I want to check whether a shape is on-screen, so that I don't have to render it if it isn't. First of all, is there any simple way to do this that I ...
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Is there any way to get the HWND from a window in LWJGL?

I've started some experimentation in Java and LWJGL (via Slick), and it seems very solid. However, I have some legacy code that requires a HWND integer as a parameter. I'm not sure how I'd be able to ...