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    any suggestion for learning materials?

    I am a beginner of openGL|ES and i wanna to read some learning materials.

    Can anyone recommend some? online materials, books...any one will do.

    Great Thanks...

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    Re: any suggestion for learning materials?

    There's a book by Dave Astle, and there are tutorials downloadable/linked on this web site.

    - HM

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    Re: any suggestion for learning materials?

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Hans-Martin Will:
    There's a book by Dave Astle, and there are tutorials downloadable/linked on this web site.

    - HM
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    Is the book named " openGL ES Game Development"? I am trying to get this book...

    and for these tutorials, first of all, is that right to follw the instruction here http://www.zeuscmd.com/tutorials/ope...nvironment.php to set up the enviroment? (Especially for the intruction about copying files to corresponding directories??

    what else of setting do i need? -- I mean in embedded Visual C++...

    Can anyone help me test Whether the sample souce codes from tutorials can run or not?

    Because for me, i have big problems with executing the program.


    Thanks a million.

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    Re: any suggestion for learning materials?

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Jacobo Rodriguez:
    Try the TyphoonLabs tutorials: http://www.khronos.org/devu/opengles..._tutorials.zip[/Q UOTE]

    ok, downloading....
    thanks...
    i will have a try

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    Re: any suggestion for learning materials?

    I should add that if you're solely interested in learning OpenGL|ES and not necessarily development for mobile devices, you can also build OpenGL|ES applications for Windows using Hybrid's Win32 implementation.

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