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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 ...
Jun 22 '11 at 20:44
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