[PD] Free rotation in GEM
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Thu Jul 17 13:08:05 CEST 2008
> Thanks, cyrille,
> I looked up some of the objects which were new to me in order to
> understand your method, and your example makes an awful lot of sense.
> I will try implementing it later today.
> Mean while,
> > you can save few cpu using gemlist_matrix and GEMglMultMatrix.
> Can you please show me specifically how I can utilize these?
> I was not able to create [GEMglMultMatrix] as an object so I am guessing
> it is an abbreviation of some related method I do not know of.
use [GEMglMultMatrixf] (or [GEMglMultMatrixd], but the latter will not
give you any benefits with a current Pd)
when starting with GEMgl... you should be aware that you are doing
openGL (there's nothing wrong with that) and that you will have to
follow openGL conventions
a good start is to search the web for (e.g.) "glMultMatrix" and see what
it gives you...
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