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OpenGL Shading Language seminar from GameInstitute

This new semiar form GameInstitute covers the OpenGL Shading Language and includes a version of Shader Designer for Linux. The seminar covers the language basics, syntax, variables, etc., and explains the math and how to create shaders ranging from the most basic (a plain colored mesh) to an advanced lighting model (per pixel lighting + gloss + parallax + bump mapping). At the end of the seminar an example is provided of integration of a Shader Designer project into an engine.

May 19, 2005 | Category: Developers

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