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  1. ok U guys thanks. I will delve some more into the topic, though I understood from haegarr that it can't be done in opengl.
  2. Hello! I saw some very interesting pictures of a cube drawn by projecting it with a perspective projection with more than one vanishing point. Can this be done in OpenGL? If yes, how can the projection matrix be calculated?
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    custom projection matrix

    anyone any ideas? to be more specific: I want to use the following matrix as a perspective matrix: GLdouble g_dOblicProj[]={ 1 , 0 , -0.5 , 0 , 0 , 1 , 3.25 , 0 , 0 , 0 , 0 , 0, 0 , 0 , 0 , 1 }; I load this one using glLoadmatrix, but the result looks the same as though I were using glOrtho :( I can do the math in order to compute the matrices of various projection matrices, but I don't understand how can I define the "viewing volume" - the one that is a frustum in perspective projection, and a box in orthographic projection
  4. Hello everyone! I want to create a custom projection matrix, and load it with glLoadMatrix* function. There are two difficulties that I encountered: 1) I have found no guidelines for doing this in the red book, at the viewing chapter. So I started searching the web, but I found nothing that would satisfy me. My problem is that I am really used to OpenGL GlFrustum and glOrtho calls to change the projection matrix, which define a "canonical volume" for viewing,and I don't really understand how I can use glLoadMatrix to load a matrix, and to "bypass" the canonical volume stuff. 2) I read in an article on the net - sorry I don't know how to use VB codes on this forum , are they turned on? - http://sjbaker.org/steve/omniv/projection_abuse.html I read here that "You *could* use glLoadMatrix to set up your own projection matrix (if you understand the restrictions and consequences)" So what are those "restrictions and consequences"? 3) Even though I am interested in the general aspect of the problem, I can be even more specific: I want to use in an opengl app an "oblique projection". Has anyone any idea how this can be done in OpenGL - an axonometric projection with default parameters, let's make it like an orthographic projection, but the angle between the normal and the viewing direction to be say 60 degrees - can anyone tell me how this can be done, eventually with some sample source code?
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