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What type of shadow do you want to have? Planar projective shadow? Shadow volumes?
If you have no experience start withsimple planar shadows.

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There are a ton of demos on the Nvidia developer site, I'd suggest that as a good starting point.
http://developer.nvidia.com/view.asp?IO=Shadow_Map

There are also a bunch at this link, under the "Shadows, Reflections and Lighting" section:
http://www.opengl.org/developers/code/rendering.html

Hope this helps...

Edit: I think there is also a demo in the GLUT 3.7 distribution.

[edited by - yakuza on June 4, 2002 2:49:40 PM]

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