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drmayor2004

Graphics Programming Resources New
« on: February 07, 2017, 11:53:37 PM »
Hello,  this is the thread  for graphics programming resources/tutorials.

Mathematics:
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 You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login 35 video lectures. Good Stuff.
 
 GPU programming:
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 You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login Website with links to general GPU programming ideas/issues.
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 OpenGL:
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 Rendering/Game Engines
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Compilers/Debuggers/Assemblers/Utilities:
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 There's a link above for the Borland 5.5 Compiler, and if
 this is your bag, then you might like to go here for free
 IDE's for it:
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 If you want an integrated IDE and compiler and you're
 using C/C++ then you can't beat Bloodshed Dev-C++ -
 it's the best for free you're gonna find - oh, and it's
 also got an OpenGL template:
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 There's a usefull forum dedicated to this at:
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 If you're a noobie it explains some cool things to get you started
 (read the faq), such as how to keep your console window open
 so you can see that wonderfull 'hello 3D World' proggie you
 just wrote/copied ;-)
 
 Once you cracked that, you may like to check out the OpenGL/GLUT
 tutorial here, also:
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 This is based around the Bloodshed IDE which comes with the mingw
 compiler as standard though you can install other compilers to use with it
 should you wish (can't remember which it supports now).


Peter Shirley's Papers
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 Game Programming Wiki
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« Last Edit: December 19, 2017, 03:46:51 PM by drmayor2004 »