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Thread: "gl-streaming" - Lightweight OpenGL ES command streaming framework

  1. #21
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    new demo video

    I uploaded a new demo video.
    (texture mapping demo)

    http://youtu.be/y0eRwrwetcA

    Also, I ran the gl_client program on Qemu guest OS, it ran fine at 60 FPS too!

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    Hi shodruk, yesterday i tried GL_streaming on a raspberry pi and on a i686 laptop, and it did work! I am interested in this project and i would like to use GL_streaming to run different programs, please can you explain to me how can i do it? If there is the possibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagleEye996 View Post
    Hi shodruk, yesterday i tried GL_streaming on a raspberry pi and on a i686 laptop, and it did work! I am interested in this project and i would like to use GL_streaming to run different programs, please can you explain to me how can i do it? If there is the possibility
    Thanks!
    You can write your own program by modifying gl-streaming/gl_client/sample1.c or sample2.c.
    It's an almost normal OpenGL-ES 2.0 program, except initialization method.
    I haven't implemented all OpenGL-ES 2.0 functions yet, so if you find lacked functions, please let me know (with a priority).

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