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Re: [vox] want a book recommendation: opengl
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Re: [vox] want a book recommendation: opengl

I second Gabe's red book recommendation.  It is the OpenGL Programming
Guide (mine is Third Edition).   Subtitle is "The Official Guide to
Learning OpenGL, Version 1.2".  The cover is Red, and it's authored by the
OpenGL ARB and Woo, Neider, Davis and Shreiner.

Gabriel Rosa wrote:

> I'm quite fond of the red book (ie, the official opengl manual).
> the blue book also comes in handy when you can't remember what
> glSpiffyEffect3f() does.
> You can't really get more non-platform-centric than those, in fact,
> the red book has some chapters on the details of the more common
> implementations (win32, glx, macos, beos i think).
> -Gabe
> On Tue, 18 Jun 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > can someone make a book recommendation on opengl?
> >
> > book anti-recommendations would be useful too.  in fact, i have two of
> > them already:
> >
> >    OpenGL Programming for Windows 95 and Windows NT
> >    OpenGL Game Programming
> >
> > they're both very MS windows-centric.
> >
> > pete
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