I've been looking over my code and I'm just wondering, when I set a texture for say, 20 quads that need to use the same texture, it seems as though I'm creating a new texture each time...... surely ...
bHow would one go about 'flipping' a quad i.e., either horizontally or vertically? (Just a single quad, not everything in view). I know how to rotate a quad, this is my rotation method: public void ...
I'm working with openGL ES 2.0 on Android and I've created a custom 'Quad' class. This allows me to make a sprite object like so: Quad mySprite = new Quad(); mySprite.setSize(w,h); ...
Background In my app I use the following code to rotate my quad: Code //Rotate the quad Matrix.setIdentityM(mRotationMatrix, 0); Matrix.translateM(mRotationMatrix, 0, centreX, centreY, 0f); ...
I want to use Blender for making models yet realize some of the polygons are not triangles but contain quads or more (example: cylinder top and bottom). I could export the the mesh as a basic mesh ...