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December 18, 2014, 09:15 PM

New tutorial:

December 13, 2014, 10:45 AM

We tested all tutorials on the AMD Radeon HD 5750 GPU with Omega 14.12 drivers installed and we found out that the AMD's GLSL compiler doesn't support the mat2x2(vec4) constructor.

Updated tutorials:

September 14, 2014, 10:51 AM

Updated tutorials:


New features:

  • 9x9 SSAO blur filter with edge detection, so pixels on edges in final SSAO image are not blurred anymore
  • Antialiasing method consisting of an edge detection algorithm and a simple blur filter based on the "GPU Gems 3 - Chapter 19. Deferred Shading in Tabula Rasa" article
August 24, 2014, 01:12 PM

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OpenGL 1.5

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>> Vertex buffer object (VBO) <<
OpenGL 2.1

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>> Loading GLSL shaders <<
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>> GLSL shadow mapping <<
>> Fast realistic soft penumbra shadows <<
>> Sun rays, lens flare, halo <<
>> Atmospheric light scattering <<
>> Planet Earth from space <<
>> Terrain <<
>> Interactive water surface, light reflection and refraction, caustic <<
>> Water waves GPU algorithm <<
>> Loading, picking and moving objects <<
>> GLSL shadow cube mapping <<
>> High dynamic range, bloom <<
>> Screen space ambient occlusion <<
>> Screen space ambient occlusion plus <<
OpenGL 2.1 - Deferred rendering

>> Deferred rendering - Point lights <<
>> Deferred rendering - Antialiasing <<
>> Deferred rendering - Screen space ambient occlusion <<
>> Deferred rendering - Shadow cube mapping <<
OpenGL 3.3

>> OpenGL 3.3 tutorials Win32 framework <<
>> Shader, vertex array object (VAO) <<
>> Skybox, GLSL cube mapping <<
>> Flying camera, collision detection <<
OpenGL ES 2.0

>> OpenGL ES 2.0 on Android <<
Projects

>> OpenGL 2.1 game engine <<
>> 3D game editor <<
Software rendering

>> Software renderer - Multithreading, SSE2 <<
>> Software shadow mapping - Multithreading, SSE2 <<
Ray tracing

>> CPU ray tracer 00 - Color buffer, rays <<
>> CPU ray tracer 01 - Ray triangle intersection <<
>> CPU ray tracer 02 - Uniform grid <<

>> CPU ray tracer <<
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