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mateo226

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  1. Thank you for the provided code! I helps me understand this ALOT more.   But for now, I am going to switch to some good old fashioned Beginner GLSL Tutorials lol :)   Once again, thanks a bunch!
  2. Well, since I can't find any good tutorials on how to do lightning in 2D I am stuck with whatever I can find   I'll see what I can do with shaders. Hoping to implement lightning soon   Oh, and are you talking about drawing a quad in the center using ONLY GLSL or using Java aswell? Because In Java it's way to easy... glBegin(GL_QUADS); glVertex2f(...).... Sorry I'm to lazy to write it down now   EDIT: Alright just saw you edited your last post. I'm looking at it super confused haha
  3. Haha ofc I do! :P That is the easiest thing to do :) I am now looking at this tutorial, to see if I can come up with something: http://nehe.gamedev.net/article/glsl_an_introduction/25007/
  4. Thanks WiredCat! I understand the concept fully now :) Still kind of confused with the actual code... From other sources on the net I realised that lightning is actually making an image darker. I would need to render my normal scene and a black rectangle on top of it. Then add transparency or coloring where the light is.   Once again, still confused with the code :) I could REALLY use an example, it would be easier to learn.   Thank you very much for your answer!
  5. Hey, thanks for you answer! I already saw this but it doesn't really show me how to do it with code. Hopefully I will find something :) Been searching for 2 Days.... Even posted a question on Stack Overflow....
  6. Hello everyone! I am new to this forum so sorry it I posted this in the wrong section. Anyways, I want to create 2D lightning with GLSL just like here:   And here:   I am using Java for my game. I was just wondering, how would I achieve this? I am currently able to draw a light using LWJGL's built in functions like glLight but I am not sure how to add lights like in the videos!   Please help I've been searching the net for 2 days but without any success... Any help would be appreciated! Thank you very much!
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