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Offline zingbat

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« Posted 2006-01-26 01:44:22 »

Do you remenber JPot? Its an interactive java program to teach opengl.

http://www.cs.uwm.edu/~grafix2/

Would anyone be interested in converting this to use jogl ? There are already good interactive lessons in groups like Introduction,  General (GLUT), Drawing Geometry, Modeling Transformation, Viewing Transformation, Lighing, Blending Antialiasing and Fog.

For JOGL and other java bindings this could be expanded with lessons for other initialization process other than glut, textures, glsl, shadows and expansions.

Any volunteers ?



Offline Ka-El

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2006-01-26 06:29:16 »

Are you one of the authors of JPot?

I just looked at three source files from jpot, it's mainly c/c++ source and runtime of the examples with a java class calling the c executable with the runtime class. The interactivity is done thru the trigger.exe to refresh the c example window (w/O trigger.exe the java gui has no effect on the example window). Many of the examples are simple enough. This is practice for nOObs (one liek meself).

where will this project go? source repository-wise. The current version of JPot is 1.0. Copyright(C) 2000 by Sumanta Guha, Ichiro Suzuki and Binh P. Le. do u have the permission of these people?

ithink an "appletcation" is a good idea for this conversion since jogl can be run in an applet (thanks for lilian). I can begin once i straighten out my schedule.
Offline zingbat

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2006-01-26 17:46:49 »

I would sugest a pure java (except for JOGL natives) re-implementation. The source window could contain a beanshell script instead of java source the student could edit and the re-execute the demo or a button link to a wizard dialog window to modify the source. This is just an idea I don't have time for the coding myself but i could contribute with lessons, source and examples if anyone is interested in doing something similar to jpot for JOGL. As for a cvs repository you would only have to request a project on java-net
http://www.java.net/request_project.csp  and then you will get cvs access if the project is acepted.
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