Dec 21, 2010
VGP3, the OpenGL racecar simulator, is now available in true (stereoscopic) 3D! VGP3 uses the OpenGL Stereo 3D mode (quad-buffering), so an OpenGL Stereo 3D compliant graphics card (along with a 3D monitor/projector) is required. However, there is also an Anaglyph Red/Cyan postprocessor effect (obtained through FBOs) that can be used to re-create the 3D experience on any recent graphics card (in that case, cheap red/cyan glasses are the only requirement). As always, a free demo to give the 3D experience a try is available on the VGP3 website!
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Posted on 12/21 at 01:25 PM
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