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Thanks for the resourceful tutorials and insights.
Love the content, like the text.
Your GLSL tutorial is pure gold – many thanks. But I’m shocked at how many CPU cycles are required to keep a single page open in IE8 – a ‘lite’ version of the site would be great!
I did my first year university project on Image Processing using GPU and found your tutorials and posts extremelly useful. I would like to thank you a lot, since there is probably no better source to start playing with GPU (seriously, i think this was even a better start for GLSL than the famous “Orange Book” I also read for these purposes :)).
I am just writing a report on the whole thing. Is there any way of referencing you properly? Can I get use of some of your graphs/schemes (pipeline, etc.) for the report?
Many thanks for the feedback.
I think you can use the url as a reference.
As for the graphs, images, and other stuff, feel free to use them.
Good luck for your report.
I’m glad you back… I publish a translation of some of your lessons on my site. I hope this is not the problem.
Do you think adding a tutorial about any the physics engine?
No problem, what language did you translate it to? Is it Turkish? I’ll post it here if you want.
As for the physics engine tutorial, its a maybe, someday. I want to update the GLSL tutorial before that.
Yes , it is turkish. My site is http://opengltr.blogspot.com/ .
I wish you success in your new work… I will always follow your site…