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Gran doradium it’s not a game

Four years ago I worked in M├ílaga based company that develops 2d gambling machines.This was our first game called “Gran doradium”. My tasks were implement openGL and openAL native bindings and some game logic. The game itself doesn’t have any technical wonder, but for a previsted development of one month,…

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My game in the wikipedia

Wow, I just been made a search in google of my 3d racing game ‘Kar Racing’ (yes, the name is well writed) and I found that the second entry is THE WIKIPEDIA. I don’t know who uploads it, but I suppose that is a marketing strategy of publisher. Kar racing…

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YARG!!!! (Yet another racing game)

Kar racing is a game that I developed some years ago (2003) on demand for an US company “Webfoot games”. Nice hours debating game related stuff with game producers… The develop process was hard and I can remember that I didn’t sleep too many hours per day (3 or 4…

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Drawing circle primitives using GL_POINTS in GLSL

Drawing circle primitives using GL_POINTS in GLSL

One of the best things that I love in openGL due to performance is to draw using GL_POINTS instead standard triangles or lines, because it’s an ideal primitive for debug purposes or 3d geometry editor (I think that it’s more easy than GL_POINT_SPRITES to show all vertices in our geometry,…

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Realtime 3d hair physics simulation

Realtime 3d hair physics simulation

My first program to show to the world This demo was a bit old, but I always remember with wet eyes :> I use verlet integration for physics, where each spring matches to any edge in the face patch (I import the hair as a single model from a modeling…

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Open Source++;

Hi to all I want to dedicate my first post to the very first “open source” program concept: “linux”… and probably the best distro that I’ve discovered: slax. This Slackware based distribution have the ability to allow users load modules ‘on the fly’. And this feature was perfect for my…

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