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    Is gluLookAt available on OpenGL ES?

    Hi,
    I'm creating and loading some 3D models using BREW SDK v3.0.1 and OpenGL ES v1.1
    Now I want place all my models on a world and move around using gluLookAt(...).

    Is that function available for OpenGL ES v1.1?

    Thanks in advance,
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    Re: Is gluLookAt available on OpenGL ES?

    There's an implementation of it in Vincent's ug files; there's also the Mesa implementation.

    Code :
     

    [ September 04, 2004: Message edited by: DaveR ]

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    Re: Is gluLookAt available on OpenGL ES?

    I thought BREW SDK worked along with OpenGL ES v1.0. Where did you get OpenGL ES v1.1 ?

    Also I tried to setup BREW and OpenGL ES v1.0 on my computer based on the tutorial presented in GameDev.net by Alan Kemp. I used exactly the same directory structure nd everything but it still gives that creepy error "Something something has been compressed for disply. Do you want to restore it ?

    How did you get around this problem ?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Is gluLookAt available on OpenGL ES?

    Thanks for your answer DaveR, that works perfectly.

    And sorry dimensionX you where right, Im using OpenGL ES v1.0 and I didnt have that problem. Im using Windows XP Professional and Visual Studio .NET 2003.
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