Questions tagged [opengl]

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 applications like CAD software and computer games. It is also cross-platform. The OpenGL standard is controlled by the Khronos group, which also controls OpenGL ES.

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API agnostic bridges (ie. OpenGL/D3D/Whatever). Do you use them, how you make them. Pro's and Con's [closed]

You are making a 3d engine. You want best of multiplatform worlds. Suddenly you realize that if you want to use Direct3D on Windows machines and OpenGL on OSX/Linux, you'll have to sacrifice supported ...
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Which c/c++ model animation library for OpenGL [closed]

I'm fairly new to game development, played around with xna before and just learning OpenGL & c now and I'm interested to know which c/c++ based model animation libraries are out there and which ...
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What is the difference between OpenGL ES and OpenGL?

Android uses OpenGL ES, what is the difference between it and OpenGL?
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How many threads should an Android game use?

At minimum, an OpenGL Android game has a UI thread and a Renderer thread created by GLSurfaceView. Renderer.onDrawFrame() ...

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