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1answer
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OpenGL's relationship to OpenGL ES (3.0)

I'm beginning my journey into graphics programming and want to learn OpenGL. Because I'm green to graphics programming but not to C and C++, a familiar question came up when I looked at OpenGL and ...
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Writing in C for Performance? [closed]

I know I have quite frequently heard that C typically has a performance advantage over C++. I didn't really think anything else of it until I realized that MSVC doesn't even seem to support the newest ...
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1answer
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Why have hardware-accelerated vector graphics not taken off?

I'm working on an app that involves real-time manipulation of vector paths at 60fps, and I'm very surprised by how little information there is on the subject. At first, I tried to implement my idea ...
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2answers
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What is the best way to plot 3D/2D plots with real time data? [closed]

First of all, I like to use Python, because it is easy to work with. I am not a programmer, so I prefer anything that is easy to use and understand. I understand that it might be faster to program 3D ...
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1answer
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How to move a car around an environment with hills in C++?

I don't have any code for this since I don't know how I am meant to do this. I have a car and I am able to move it around on a flat plane and I have that working correctly. However, I want it to also ...
1
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1answer
954 views

OpenGL programming vs Blender Software, which is better for custom video creation?

I am learning OpenGL API bit by bit and also develop my own C++ framework library for effectively using them. Recently came across Blender software which is used for graphics creation and is in turn ...
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1answer
505 views

Win32 and Win64 programming in C sources? [closed]

I'm learning OpenGL with C and that makes me include the windows.h file in my project. I'd like to look at some more specific windows functions and I wonder if you can cite some good sources for ...
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3answers
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How to import an image using openGL [closed]

I am new to openGL C++ and what I wanted to know is if there was a pre-existing function in the OpenGL library that would allow me to import a 3d or 2d model? For example, if I make a 3d image ...