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Computer Graphics

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Computer Graphics CSC 562

Jaden Jakubowski
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Christopher Healey

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jaden Jakubowski on Thursday October 15, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CSC 562 at North Carolina State University taught by Christopher Healey in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 16 views. For similar materials see /class/223807/csc-562-north-carolina-state-university in ComputerScienence at North Carolina State University.

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Date Created: 10/15/15
OpenGLGLUT Example Program CSC 462 Advanced Undergraduate Computer Graphics CSC 562 Introduction to Graduate Computer Graphics This document describes how to compile the example OpenGL program available on the course web page under Windows XP and Visual Studio NET The example program displays a wireframe cube and an XYZ axis in a window Apopup menu allows you to translate the cube about the X and Y axes and rotate the cube about the X Y and Z axes Once a transformation mode is chosen hold down the left mouse button while moving the mouse left right up and down to transform the cube You should be able to use this program as a template for designing your own assignments and projects For a complete descrip tion of the OpenGL and GLUT APIs see the reference manuals OpenGL Programming Guide The O icial Guide to Learning OpenGL Version 14 by Shreiner Woo Neider and Davis 4th edition AddisonWesley OpenGL Reference Manual 3rd edition AddisonWesley The OpenGL Utility ToolKit1 GLUT Programming Interface API by Kilgard When you begin a new project in Visual Studio NET our standard programming environment you will need to perform the following steps to ensure your program can nd and use the OpenGL and GLUT APIs 1 In the File gtNew gtProject dialog under the Visual C Projects option choose Win32 Project from the list of available project types Select a project name and location in the Name and Location input elds 2 Select the Application Settings tab in the Win32 Application Wizard dialog choose Console Application select Empty project and click Finish 3 In the Project gtProperties dialog in the Linker folder select the Command Line option and add opengl32lib glu32lib and glut32lib to the Additional Options input eld 4 In the Tools gtOptions dialog in the Projects folder select the VCH Directories option Select Include les from the Show directories for popup menu and add the path for the GLUT include le gluth normally this path should be C Developglut39 you can use Window s Find commandto con rm this 5 In the same dialog select Library les from the Show directories for popup menu and add a path for the GLUT library le glut32lib normally this path should be CDevelopglut The source code for the example program can be downloaded from the course web page You are encouraged to copy it onto a machine in the Multimedia Lab then compile and link it to make sure you can get an OpenGLGLUT program running You can also modify the program to see how different OpenGL commands affect the appearance of the cube for example try switching from perspective projection to orthographic projection and note how the display of the cube changes when you translate and rotate it I httppynpencrl 39 r quotI UThtml


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