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    OpenGL textured 3d example

    Made in response to this thread:

    http://www.clickteam.com/epicenter/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=137950

    for Crazy_Ivan..

    This example uses opengl to render two scenes i ripped from 'zelda twilight princess'.

    The controls are as follows:

    move forward: w
    move backward: s
    pan right: right arrow
    pan left: left arrow
    tilt up: down arrow
    tilt down: up arrow

    Unzip the gom viewer folder before running.

    To load a scene; run the 'gom viewer'.. then drop a '.gom' file in the window.

    (Two .gom files are provided in the 'Models' folder)


    Arbex
    [image]http://img245.imageshack.us/img245/6143/screenshotu.jpg[/image]

    Village
    [image]http://img60.imageshack.us/img60/3826/screenshot2.jpg[/image]


    Download link:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?hnzjmmwzjwj

    ..Also I'm interested to hear how it ran on different setups.

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    wow....

    brilliant...

    vista home premium, acer travelmate 5720 2.gb ram intel duo t1700 1.80ghz 32bit
    ati mobility radeon x1700 1024mb
    direct3d 7.14.10.0590
    opengl 6.14.10.7659

    arbex - 40,42 fps loaded in 1.732 sec, when i get to the circular temple it drops to 38 and then comes back to 42

    village - starts and keeps 24 fps, loaded in 3.152 sec.

    both are fluid when moving around...

    So, any surprises from you seele? Hope so...

    excellent work

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    village really reminds me of Kakariko village from Zelda...

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    Stop creating such awesome stuff... I feel like working on OpenGL again

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    Simply awsome!

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    That is very cool! Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by Looki
    Stop creating such awesome stuff... I feel like working on OpenGL again
    Good. We all want you to.

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    WOW. This is awesome. I have no idea how it all works, but it looks impressive. I will test on my good PC at home and post specs later

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkeSoft
    village really reminds me of Kakariko village from Zelda...
    did you even read his initial post? the scenes are from zelda..

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    This is awesome, There's only one problem; I'm trying to learn OpenGL from the start, not get bombarded by complicated bits of OpenGL. But all in all it's too good

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    Re: OpenGL textured 3d example

    I really wonder why it's so slow.
    Remove the "Texture: Texture Indx" line - It'll run smoothly at 60 FPS
    I really want to fix this..

    EDIT: Wait, never mind.

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