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does anyone know if there is a OpenGL implementation...

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I came across this article (http://www.eetimes.com/sys/news/OEG20030728S0025) on EETimes website today which mentions the following:

For the upcoming version 6.0 of its operating system, Palm is developing a graphics architecture that melds concepts from OpenGL and Postscript. Palm is working closely with such chip makers as ATI Technologies, Intel, MediaQ, Motorola and TI to support that architecture.

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OpenGL ES specifications just have been released, it''s OpenGL for embedded systems. Java bindings should help you too, I guess.

=> www.opengl.org

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yes, as a recent visitor of gl.org i heard/read this; but i have to look to some researches, because along my experience, java is not the fastest language (i have worked with java as language to develop business applications, therefore my experience and comment) - i don''t know how the java-gl-bindings would solve this problem; have you ever tried to find a program on the internet which does _really_ fast 3D-graphics output via java3D (no matter which renderer installed, D3D or GL) ???


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