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UPDATE: I'm deprecating this series of tutorials, when I started this I didn't really have a good direction, I just sorta threw a bunch of stuff together that seemed to sorta make sense, but I'm not so sure that was the best approach in retro (but then, when is it ever??). So I'm prepping a new series of tutorials that focuses less on trying to co-relate OpenGL to Cinder and just teach the Cinder OpenGL wrapper and some general Cinder stuff. May not be the best approach, but personally it's made for a better flowing, more cohesive set of tutorials. I'm going to polish up what's here so it works with Cinder's master branch (and therefore hopefully with 0.9.0), but I won't be adding anything to this. Hopefully this has helped or will help someone, Cheers!

CiOpenGl-Tutorial

Gettings started with Cinder glNext(0.9.0?)'s new OpenGL API.

DISCLAIMER: This project should be considered experimental until expressly stated otherwise, as Cinder's API is subject to change!

This repo is a port of various modern OpenGL tutorials to Cinder, both for learning purposes and as stubs for other work.
Original content can be found at/taken from:

Installation Notes

  • Update your Cinder glNext branch to the most recent commit. If LessonInstanncingAdvanced builds and runs successfully, your version of Cinder is up-to-date enough.
  • Clone this anywhere on your system and add an environment variable called CINDER_DEV, which should point to the top level of your glNext install, e.g. C:\dev\libraries\Cinder or something like that. The environment variable is optional, but be sure to change the VS projects to point to your Cinder install otherwise.
  • Each project has an individual solution, or you can open the included CiOpenGl-Tutorial.sln.

Lessons

  • Lesson01: Triangle
  • Lesson02: Camera
  • Lesson03: 3D Shapes, Vertex Attributes
  • Lesson04: Basic Texturing
  • Lesson04b: Interleaved Vertex Attributes
  • Lesson05: Cinder Interactive Camera (Cinder::MayaCamUI)
  • LessonIndexedVBO: Drawing VBOMesh with Indices
  • LessonIndexedVBODynamic: Drawing VBOMesh with Dynamic Attributes
  • LessonInstancing: Drawing Instanced Geometry with per-Instance Attributes
  • LessonLightingBasic1: Diffuse+Ambient+Specular
  • LessonBillboards: Instanced Billboards

Coming Soon (Subject to Change)

  • LessonVBORanged: Dynamic VBOs using ranged buffers
  • LessonVBOSubBuffer: Dynamic VBOs using sub buffering
  • LessonInstancingDynamic: Instanced Geometry with Dynamic per-Instance Attributes (Particles)
  • LessonLightingBasic2: Diffuse+Ambient+Specular+Normal Mapping
  • LessonRTT1: Shadow Maps
  • LessonRTT2: Skyboxes
  • LessonRTT3: FSFX
  • Various things involving depth-based point clouds

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