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Offline monty_hall

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« Posted 2009-05-04 04:02:39 »

I've have the old commodore 64 font set and have been able to create a simple teletype using raster2d and glBitmap.  I'm now trying to make a star wars like scroller - a 3d teletype.  When rotating on the x, y, or z, the position is correct, but text still remains upright.  I'm thinking that I need to take the output and use it as a texture.

I've written code that converts bytes to into a rgba byte array which then can be loaded into texture memory and painted onto a plane.  I suspect there is some opengl functions that would render into some byte array which can be used by a texture.  In other words, take the output of my raster teletype and send into texture.  Any body know how to do this??

Regards,

Monty
Offline monty_hall

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2009-05-04 04:41:33 »

I see from examples, I can create a display list of quads.  Take my font bitmap convert it into suitable texture, and map texture coordinates to select characters from the "picture" to place onto quad. 

Thanks,

Monty
Offline cylab

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2009-05-04 12:07:33 »

Thanks,

You are welcome Wink

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