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Offline Alistair_Dickie

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« Posted 2005-04-29 07:00:27 »

Does anyone know how to make a Shape3D appear out of focus? I have had a look around the web at opengl stuff and it looks like a standard procedure is to draw into the accumulation buffer a number of times, with a slight perspective jitter each time, then put that result on the screen. Can we do this in xith?


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