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Texturing a PyOpenGL 3D Cube with PySDL2

So, I've just started learning OpenGL with PySDL2, and I've created a class that will create a cube to the window that I've created with PySDL2. What I'd like to do now, is to figure out a way to ...
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How do I use more than 32 textures in my game?

I'm building a game in OpenGL, relying on shaders as much as possible because python. However, I think I've been working under a misunderstanding of OpenGL since I started. I've abstracted stuff into ...
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Which technology should I choose to develop this fisheye perspective game? [closed]

I'm going to develop a 3D game, that a player walks in a maze with a 3D first-person perspective, collects things and escapes a monster. The game itself is very simple, but as it is not for ...
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OpenGL: Rotating cannon about non-centre position?

So I have a "cannon" object (basically a long cylinder) and I want to be able to control its angle. The code I have now is: glPushMatrix() glTranslatef(self.position.x,2.5,self.position.z) ...
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How can I fix these errors with Panda3D's sample projects?

I just installed the latest Panda3D packages on a Mint 12 32-bit virtual machine. Then I downloaded and configured Eclipse and tried to run the Asteroids sample project. The window is created ...
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Pygame water ripple effect

I have Googled for it but there are no ready scripts - as opposed to the same effect on Flash. I have checked the algorithm on The Water Effect Explained and also tested an implementation of the ...
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OpenGL - Stack overflow if I do, Stack underflow if I don't!

I'm in a multimedia class in college, and we're "learning" OpenGL as part of the class. I'm trying to figure out how the OpenGL camera vs. modelview works, and so I found this example. I'm trying to ...
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Will I have an easier time learning OpenGL in Pygame or Pyglet? (NeHe tutorials downloaded)

I'm looking between PyGame and Pyglet, Pyglet seems to be somewhat newer and more Pythony, but it's last release according to Wikipedia is January '10. PyGame seems to have more documentation, more ...
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What resources are available to read and share pyglet code?

I am a Python programmer (I know the ins and outs decently well), and I have dabbled with Pygame. I want to make 3D applications and games, and so naturally I've been looking at OpenGL. pyglet uses ...