modern-jogl-examples alternatives and similar libraries
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8.0 8.9 modern-jogl-examples VS openrndrOPENRNDR. A Kotlin/JVM library for creative coding, real-time and interactive graphics
7.3 1.1 modern-jogl-examples VS imguiBloat-free Immediate Mode Graphical User interface for JVM with minimal dependencies (rewrite of dear imgui)
6.7 8.6 modern-jogl-examples VS data2vizAn Android, JavaFx, JS multiplatform datavisualization library with comprehensive DSL
4.9 9.0 modern-jogl-examples VS orxA growing library of assorted data structures, algorithms and utilities for OPENRNDR
unsigned support for Kotlin via boxed types and unsigned operators
port of https://learnopengl.com/ tutorial (lwjgl)
2.8 0.0 modern-jogl-examples VS bulletJVM Bullet Physics SDK: real-time collision detection and multi-physics simulation for VR, games, visual effects, robotics, machine learning etc.
2.2 0.0 modern-jogl-examples VS kaifu2xPort of waifu2x to pure kotlin + opencl. Anime-style upscaler and noise reductor based on convolutional neural networks using coffee trained models
Glimpse is now further developed as a Kotlin Multiplatform project under glimpse-graphics/glimpse
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Examples ported in JOGL from the tutorials "Learning Modern 3D Graphic Programming" by J.L.McKesson, (original bitbucket repository).
He is also supporting the html form of the documentation here, I strongly suggest you to read and refer it during the learning of each tutorial sample.
Few comments on Kotlin:
- it's awesome
src/main/kotlin/mainis an example, showing also how you can exploit some overloading gl functions to reduce the boiler plate arguments
src/main/kotlin/glNextpushes reduction and expressiveness to the top, substituting many gl commands with constructs that rearrange some common gl patterns to bring a lot of code down
- [x] Chapter 1, Hello Triangle
- [x] Chapter 2, Playing with Colors
- [x] Chapter 3, Moving Triangle
- [x] Chapter 4, Objects at Rest
- [x] Chapter 5, Objects at Depth
- [x] Chapter 6, Objects in Motion
- [x] Chapter 7, World in Motion
- [x] Chapter 8, Getting Oriented
- [x] Chapter 9, Lights On
- [x] Chapter 10, Plane Lights
- [x] Chapter 11, Shinies
- [ ] Chapter 12, Dynamic Lights
- [x] Chapter 13, Lies and Impostors
- [x] Chapter 14, Textures are not Pictures
- [x] Chapter 15, Many Images
- [ ] Chapter 16, Gamma and Textures:
- [x] Gamma Ramp
- [x] Gamma Checkers
- [ ] Gamma Landscape
- [ ] Chapter 17, Spotlight on Textures