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Delphi/OpenGL/Shaders: Half-Life skeletal animation (GLSL)

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Basic example on using shaders for skeletal animation in Turbo Delphi. CPU vs Shader vertex transformation with full source code: Source code (219kb): http://www.igrodel.ru/files/smdplayer-src.rar Executable demo (342kb): http://www.igrodel.ru/files/smdplayer-exe.rar Screenshot: http://www.igrodel.ru/glsl.htm Also compatible with Delphi 6.

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If "ERROR: 0:2: 'pre-mature EOF' : syntax error parse error" occurs
then go to shaders folder and edit vertex.txt. __Remove all russian comments__ from source code of ./shaders/vertex.txt file. Some drivers do not like russian comments character set!

Or copy and paste following code to vertex.txt file:

uniform mat4 boneMat[32];
attribute float boneIndex;
void main(void)
gl_Position = gl_ModelViewProjectionMatrix * ( boneMat[int(boneIndex)] * gl_Vertex);
gl_FrontColor = gl_Color;
gl_TexCoord[0] = gl_MultiTexCoord0;

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And here is all you waited for
It's a new much more powerful version
That was highly optimized to work 1000000 times faster
Good example of using GLSL + VBO

Get the source (219kb):

Get EXE (342kb):

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