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OpenGL in VB

OpenGL in VB

OpenGL in VB


I just started using OpenGL functionality in VB, with a quick jumpstart thanks to


Should we exchange some tips here?

RE: OpenGL in VB

Hey!. I have downloaden files from the same site (today).

I am investigating the examples.

I guess the famous red book is this: http://ask.ii.uib.no/ebt-bin/nph-dweb/dynaweb/SGI_Developer/OpenGL_PG/

I thing the suber bible might also be useful. but i do not have it.

I use VB6.

Do you know if there is any documentation on the net directly teaching the opengl and glut commands in VB?


RE: OpenGL in VB

Now I joined eng tips as ktheb. it looks interesting.

RE: OpenGL in VB

hey tigrek,

the site you have mentioned is good to download files. I have founf NeHe's tutorial on opengl. many examples for vb. this is at nehe.gamedev.net. very useful.

i heard the word opengl 6 days ago and now i have a robot simulator of my own (well, no dynamics yet).

RE: OpenGL in VB

Hi and well done.

Let us build some quick applications and exchange source codes.

Next I will go through those sites you referred to.

Thanks and take care.

RE: OpenGL in VB

For OpenGL VB6 qnd robot simulation you can have a look to my own source :


Sorry only avalaible in French ...


RE: OpenGL in VB

Thanks 5axes

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