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Thread: The Correct way to populate a lighting buffer

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    The Correct way to populate a lighting buffer

    I am having difficulty properly calculating the lighting coords
    for some irregular quads (Corners bent up.) How are the four
    points supposed to correlate with the four vertex coords?
    The tutorial deals with 0, 0, 1 which is not a in-depth example.

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    Re: The Correct way to populate a lighting buffer

    This is the OpenCL forum and it looks like your question is related to OpenGL, a different standard.
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