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I'm looking for someone how can fix an OpenTK rendering issue occurring on Windows Vista only. I have a 3D-printing application build on the Repetier open-source project. The issue already occurs in the latest version of Repetier (the version on Github), so it has not been introduced by extending the application. The problem is specific to Windows Vista only (and probably lower), and doesn't...
I'm working on a mobile project and i'm using Opengl ES. My problem is that i don't know how to implement the code to pick objects without consuming memory. The project use these libraries: glm for math, Soil2 for image loading and tini_obj_loader for loading obj models. What i need practicly is: - an algorithm that use glm library and can detect which object was touched (i'm sure that who kn...