Particle refers to a graphics technique that uses a large number of very small sprites or other graphic objects to simulate certain kinds of "fuzzy" structures like fire, explosions, etc.

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Texture not visible on particles

This is the first time I am working with particles (GL_POINTS) I am using kinematic equations and controlling their movement in vertex shader. I am following an example given in OpenGL 4.0 Cookbook ...
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Particle trajectory smoothing: where to do the simulation?

I have a particle system in which I have particles that are moving to a target and the new targets are received via network. The list of new target are some noisy coordinates of a moving target stored ...
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Libgdx Particle Editor: Blank UI elements

How can I get Libgdx Particle Editor to run properly on my 32-bit Windows 7 machine? When I run it, the UI elements are blank like this:
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Black Screen: How to set Projection/View Matrix

I have a Windows Phone 8 C#/XAML with DirectX component project. I'm rendering some particles, but each particle is a rectangle versus a square (as I've set the vertices to be positions equally offset ...
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Mouse input that 'sucks in' particles

I'm having trouble figuring out the equations behind the title, I did exactly this using OpenGL's fixed function pipeline, but while transferring this over to the programmable pipeline i'm running ...
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Sorting 3D particles by depth

This is a general particles question, but I use XNA/MonoGame so I looked at: http://xbox.create.msdn.com/en-US/education/catalog/sample/particle_3d for Particles 3D. I found the example not to ...
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ANDEngine : 3d rotation in Particle System

Im using ANDEngine and wants to create confetti particle system. But im unable to make flipping and rotation of confetti particle around z-axis Since andengine is 2d engine, it doesnot support that. ...
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Particles and gravity

I don't really know how to search for what I'm looking for which is why I think it'll be easier to ask on here. I'm creating a webpage and I had the idea of having random glowing particles floating ...