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Thread: Spec & environment

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    Spec & environment

    HI,
    first: WHERE can I find the spec (2.1) ?

    And then: How can I create an environment, do I have to create each tree or other plants (for example) as single object ?

    And how can I check for collision (with the models/ground) ?

    Plz help!!!


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    Re: Spec & environment

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkShadow44
    WHERE can I find the spec (2.1) ?
    Are you blind? (no offence - this is actually a hint how to find specs)

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkShadow44
    How can I create an environment, do I have to create each tree or other plants (for example) as single object ?
    You do as you please. You can design your program however you want. OpenGL doesn't enforce you to do such things one or other way.

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkShadow44
    And how can I check for collision (with the models/ground) ?
    There are tutorials for such things all over the Internet. One such tutorial will help you much better than 3 pages of discussion on forum.

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