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In the previous article, I explained how to control the color of a particular LED
To start Vulkan programming, there’s nothing better than coding a capabilities and extensions viewer.
The latest GeeXLab 0.9.6.0 is available with a new support: Raspberry Pi with OpenGL desktop (OpenGL 2.1).
A new version of GeeXLab is available for all platforms: Windows (32-bit, 64-bit), Linux (64-bit), Mac OS X and Raspberry Pi (Raspbian).
Don’t know what to do with the 7-inch touchscreen display you bought for your Raspberry Pi? Transform it in a clock.
Here is a ready-to-use GeeXLab demo (OpenGL ES 2.0), that displays a clock.
GeeXLab, the successor of GLSL Hacker, comes with the support of Direct3D 12. It’s not a full support but most of the basic things are available: command lists (CL), pipeline state objects (PSO), constant buffers (CB) and HLSL shaders.
The wizard behind Shadertoy has struk once again with this beautiful demo showing an animated snail.