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CiaraEddie
03-16-2016, 04:22 PM
Hello I was wondering if anybody would have source code for a 3D hand model in jogl. There are limited examples of hand models in OpenGL online and virtually none for jogl so any code would be helpful! Thank you.

Spoops
03-17-2016, 08:41 AM
It doesn't work like that. OpenGL is a way of rendering data; representation of 3d models are often found in separate files, in common file formats (.obj, .3ds, collada...) which your program will read. You are better off writing a program that knows how to load and render those 3d files, and then use a model of a hand you find online.

CiaraEddie
03-18-2016, 03:52 AM
It doesn't work like that. OpenGL is a way of rendering data; representation of 3d models are often found in separate files, in common file formats (.obj, .3ds, collada...) which your program will read. You are better off writing a program that knows how to load and render those 3d files, and then use a model of a hand you find online.

Would you have a basic 2D model made of spheres and cubes i could use then? I just need it for a presentation