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TGL v0.3 (alpha) graphics library based on the OpenGL API is smaller and faster

Jan 14, 2005

TGL is a C++ wrapper and extension library for the OpenGL API. It provides scene graphing and cross-platform development through “glue” libraries. “Glues” include: Qt, X11, GLUT, SDL, Allegro (with AllegGL ), with Win32 to come. The new v0.3 available for testing is a leaner version that uses StateGL++ for OpenGL states, and ImgGL++ for image loading and texturing.

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Linux version of the Shader Designer for OpenGL Shading Lanugage

Jan 13, 2005

A Linux version is now available of the Shader Designer, the tool designed to aid developers to write GLSL shaders. A new v1.5.9 for Windows adds changes in the mesh files and bug fixes.

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particleIllusion 2.0 SE uses OpenGL API for real-time preview of complex particle effects

Jan 11, 2005

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particleIllusion 2.0 SE is an introductory version of the particleIllusion 2.0 engine. It offers the ability to customize and modify quality, complex particle animations with library of more than 750 preset effects (smoke, fire, explosions, water effects, sparkles, colorful artistic effects, etc.) It features OpenGL API-based hardware acceleration to provide realtime (or near realtime) previews of most effects and ultra-fast rendering of final output.

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Scope4D 6.0 QCD media player visualization plug-in uses OpenGL 2.0

Jan 10, 2005

QCD is a media player, similar to WinAmp. Scope4D 6.0 is a new visualization for QCD that makes heavy use of Pixel- and Vertex Shaders, Vertex Buffer Objects, detailed meshes, high-res textures and a particle system. Now everybody can enjoy high quality OpenGL 2.0-based graphics moving to their music. 3D model artists can enhance the experience by using their own models.

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OpenGL Shading Language tutorial - OpenGL Setup for GLSL

Jan 10, 2005

The OpenGL Setup for GLSL tutorial describes the basic setup and required extensions (for pre OpenGL 2.0 developers)  for including a vertex shader and a fragment shader into a a program. Sample source code is included.

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VREng V6.3.3 OpenGL API-based VR engine adds XML format and object persistence

Jan 10, 2005

VREng is an open source C++ and OpenGL API-based interactive distributed 3D application for navigating in and interacting with virtual environments over the Internet through their avatars, chat, audio/video channels, shared white-boards and document publishing.  The new v6.x uses XML to describe VR environments, supports object persistence, new file types, and built in image capture.  It run on Unix platforms (Linux, *Bsd, MacOSX, Solaris)using X11.

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Solaris drivers for Matrox Parhelia include OpenGL 1.4 support

Jan 08, 2005

Xi Graphics released high-performance, commercial-off-the-shelf Solaris (on Intel) OpenGL 1.4 graphics drivers for Matrox’s Parhelia, Millennium-P Series, and QID graphics cards on Solaris (on Intel). Using advanced VLIW and SIMD optimization techniques along with combined instruction scheduling, register allocation and resource mapping, the compiler translates ARB_vertex_program type programs into efficient microcode.

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Real-Time Fluid Simulation demo using the OpenGL API

Jan 07, 2005

Rendering realistic moving water is one of the key techniques that immerse the viewers into interactive graphics world including computer games. This demos shows real-time particle-based fluid simulation using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics. OpenGL ARB fragment and vertex programs are used for rendering the realistic fluid surface. The demo enables the user to interact with fluids.

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GLEW extension loading library V1.3.0 adds core OpenGL 2.0 support

Jan 05, 2005

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The OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library (GLEW) is a cross-platform C/C++ OpenGL API extension loading library that provides efficient run-time mechanisms for determining which OpenGL extensions are supported on the target platform. Core and extension functionality is exposed in a single header file.  The latest v1.3.0 release adds support for core OpenGL 2.0 functionality, custom code generation for lean and mean applications, and a new function for efficient string-based extension queries. GLEW is available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Irix, and Solaris.

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Dual-paraboloid omnidirectional shadow mapping demo using Flexion OpenGL API-based engine

Jan 04, 2005

Flexion Engine is a real-time OpenGL API-based 3D graphics rendering engine for next-generation GPUs. The new technology demo demonstrates the Dynamic Dual-Paraboloid Omnidirectional Soft Shadow Mapping. This technique enables to do omnidirectional-shadowing using only two shadow maps.

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Omega Core 3D real time game engine moves to OpenGL 2.0

Jan 03, 2005

Omega Core 3D is a real-time extensible 3D game engine being used to develop the MMMORPG Caeron 3000. The code base is moving from Direct3D to OpenGL 2.0 (including the OpenGL Shading Language) in order to support cross platform portability, as well as embedded platforms.

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Four portable OpenGL demos illustrating the use of alpha-blending

Jan 03, 2005

Although the technique of alpha-blending has been around for a long time, it can be employed to produce impressive visual effects even on low-end hardware. These four demos, complete with GPL source code for Windows and Linux, present different uses of alpha-blending associated with 2D-texturing.

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Simple Pythonic Rendering Engine (SPyRE) v0.6 using OpenGL API

Dec 30, 2004

SPyRE (Simple Pythonic Rendering Engine) is a lightweight rendering engine for the OpenGL API. Provide pyOpenGL code to draw the model, and the SPyRE engine will display the model in an interface that provides zooming, panning and rotation of camera position using mouse and keyboard.

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4D voxel stack processor for medical applications using the OpenGL API

Dec 29, 2004

4D Voxels to 3D Surface is an OpenGL API-based advanced 4D stack visualization for medical applications, that features interactive measurement tools, slicing-dicing, real-time surface rendering, labeling and more.  It is available as a standalon application or ActiveX component.

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32-bit Linux drivers for the Wildcat Realizm 100 and 200 AGP OpenGL API accelerators.

Dec 28, 2004

32-bit Linux drivers are now available for the 3Dlabs Wildcat Realizm 100 and 200 AGP 8x graphics accelerators.  The Wildcat Realizm 100 and 200 driver supports x86 systems (Intel Pentium4 or equivalent running Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS update 3 and XFree86 release 4.3.0. The Wildcat accelerators support 3D volumetric textures, 32 lights in hardware, a 36-bit floating-point pipeline, and unmatched OpenGL Shading Language performance.

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