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scottrick49

Member Since 26 Aug 2005
Offline Last Active Apr 07 2014 06:50 AM

#5030177 Starting with OpenGL ES 2

Posted by scottrick49 on 08 February 2013 - 02:03 PM

Since you don't have a mobile device at the moment, I would focus on general OpenGL programming to start and get the basic concepts down, since they will be the same whether you are on PC or a mobile device.  

 

If you go to http://www.reddit.com/r/opengl and look on the right side, there are some really good tutorials that can help you learn modern OpenGL programming.

 

Its definitely possible to learn in 6 months if you are a hard worker and not afraid to ask questions.  :D




#4922660 Fastest way to render line mesh over 3D triangular mesh?

Posted by scottrick49 on 16 March 2012 - 02:11 PM

Also, keep in mind you change the glPolygonMode to GL_LINE and then you might not have to write a whole bunch of new rendering code. :D


#4815233 What do you guys do at work, when not working?

Posted by scottrick49 on 24 May 2011 - 12:33 PM

Play my favorite game: Wikipedia!


#4802758 Here's un pregunta for you, "Do your friends suck?"

Posted by scottrick49 on 25 April 2011 - 12:49 PM

I had a similar situation in college. There was a group of friends I used to see a lot when we lived very close together in the dorms, but after the dorms I would hardly hear from them. I always seemed to be an after thought - they'd invite me when somebody else canceled and they had an extra ticket, etc. After about 3 years of this (yes, I'm a slow learner) I changed my focus to another group of friends I had, and now everything is alot better.

Another thing I've learned: One really good friend is worth 100 mediocre ones. I used to try to be friends with everybody, and spread my time out between them all. This doesn't work. I ended up having a bunch of friends I knew, but not all that well. Find a good group of friends and stick with them (provided they stick with you as well).


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