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Rendering Your Face

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i think you must use template of any face first:

pD3D->Render("http://uk.gizmodo.com/bill%20gates.jpg");

when will be work, then now you should make your face in paint.

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You all forgot using the RYF x86 instruction.

Description:

RYF dest - Render Your Face

Renders your face to the contigous memory array starting at an address specified by the dest register.

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Original post by Unwise owl 2
You all forgot using the RYF x86 instruction.

Description:

RYF dest - Render Your Face

Renders your face to the contigous memory array starting at an address specified by the dest register.


This will also be an intrinsic function in a future pixel shader profile, so as to enable hardware-accelerated operation without explicit locks or readbacks.

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In an effort to start an API war, I've heard that it works under OpenGL.

glRenderFace( GL_GENDER_MALE, pFace );

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