OpenGL is a graphics standard and API which targets the desktop and workstation markets. It is designed to be easy to accelerate with dedicated computer hardware, and hence most implementations give greatly improved performance over traditional software rendering. Currently, OpenGL is used for ...

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Translating local to global coordinates in ARToolkit / OpenGL

Ok, so I've tried reading over the other questions and something's just not clicking for me. I am working on an augmented reality application using ARToolkit, however it should just be straight ...
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Input in OpenTK

How to use Input in OpenTK 1.0? There is not much info around, some classes are unfinished. What I want to achieve, is to be able to use input not only in OnUpdate function, but also in other classes ...
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OpenGL Camera causes spatial distortion

I'm trying to implement a 3D camera of the "Orbit around the origin" variety in a game engine I'm developing in order to learn about 3D graphics and game programming. I have a basic handle on the ...
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Restoring projection matrix

I am learning to use FBOs and one of the things that I need to do when rendering something onto user defined FBO, I have to setup the projection, modelview and viewport for it. Once I am done ...
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Collision between a sphere and a mesh(height-map)

I am trying to implement a method that detects the collision between a sphere and a mesh and reflects the vector of speed. I have a method, that detects a collision between a sphere and a triangle and ...
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3D picking for mouse move event

I implemented color picking recently and I would like to use it as kind of highlight when mouse is over an object but I am concerned about performance. Color picking requires whole frame to be drawn, ...
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GLSL to Cg fragment shader

I have found very useful resource on the Swiftless website on OpenGL. Unfortunately, I cannot manage to adapt a GLSL fragment shader to my project, which uses Cg. Here it is: uniform sampler2D ...
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How does OpenGL determine different outputs with shaders?

Lets say I have this GLSL code: #version 330 out vec4 outputColor; void main() { float lerpValue = gl_FragCoord.y / 500.0f; outputColor = mix(vec4(1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f), ...
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Textures not displaying. Problem with fragment and vertex shaders

Hi i have newbe question. I am sending to gpu textures unit and they dont display. This is simple version of my fragment and vertexshader. (More complicated version also dont work with other textures ...
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How can texture packing improve performance?

Let's say I let a user give my library (a GUI system) multiple textures for rendering elements. What would be the performance impact of rendering with each of those textures separately versus, say, ...
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Simple curiosity about glDrawElements function

I've written a very simple OpenGL program displaying a white cube. To do the job done I recovered vertex position and indice data from an OBJ file that describes my cube. Here's the OBJ file content : ...
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Rendering a model with transparent or translucent uv map applied doesn't work

Before I try to make anything transparent, the model renders nicely. When I change the uv layout so that one piece of the model will be transparent, it renders horribly. This is the result with a ...
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Is it possible to display no white images/sprites when using the latest Android OS?

Was it okay to use Texture.setEnforcePotImages(false) in order to disable conditional width and height pixel size that requires power of 2? I'm planning to sell the game app at Google Play. I want to ...
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Where to store OpenGL object id:s

When working with OpenGL, you often recieve integer id:s to keep track of OpenGL objects. For example, representing a simple mesh, you may have a number of references to objects like so: GLuint ...
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Mesa 9.2 does not support OpenGL 3

I'm trying to install OpenGL 3.0 for studying examples about GLUS , which require OpenGL 3 or 4. I read on the official Mesa website that Mesa 9.2 support OpenGL 3.0, but after I installed Mesa 9.0, ...
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OpenGL + SDL Linking Problem [closed]

So I'm trying to write a simple application with SDL 1.2 and OpenGL. This a stripped down version of the code containing the one problem I'm having. //The headers #include "SDL.h" #include ...
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Multipule VBO in Opengl [closed]

I have currently in my application 2 VBO one which is a streamed buffer and for the moment the other is a static buffer. However even when the steam buffer is not bound and the static buffer is bound ...
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OpenGLES GLSL Shader attributes always bound to 0

So I have a very simple vertex shader as follows #version 120 attribute vec3 position; attribute vec3 inColor; uniform mat4 mvp; varying vec3 fragColor; void main(void){ fragColor = inColor; ...
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Opengl Obj with multiple textures. Jpg texture don't display

Hi i have problem with jpg textures. DDS is working good but jpg is not. This is my function to load JPG texture. In debuger i see that this works but i dont see anything. char * a =(char *) ...
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OpenGL vs DirectX? [closed]

I saw the articles that were going on about OpenGL being better than DirectX and that Microsoft are really just trying to get everyone to use DirectX even though it's inferior so that gaming is almost ...
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Incorrect rotations using openGL GLM and shaders [closed]

The goal of my program is to display a simple colored triangle rotating on the Y axis without any translation. I'm using the GLM library. The problem is that the transformations of my triangle are not ...
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in the shadow of a sphere [duplicate]

(Related, but somewhat different, to my previous question) How can I determine in a fragment shader if a fragment is in the shadow of a sphere? That is, if it is occluded by the sphere and is past ...