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Use the above link to download the appropriate version of JDK for your machine: After you confirm that you accept the license agreement for JDK, you can select which version of Java you need, for this tutorial I will use Java SE 8 64 bits for Windows you can follow along on OS X, the procedure is essentially the same : Once the download is completed, start the installer and accept all the default options. On Windows 8. For OS X, you can use Keka which can extract 7z archives. Open Eclipse and create a new workspace for your JOGL projects if this is the first time you use Eclipse you will be prompted to create a new workspace. For e.

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Use the above link to download the appropriate version of JDK for your machine: After you confirm that you accept the license agreement for JDK, you can select which version of Java you need, for this tutorial I will use Java SE 8 64 bits for Windows you can follow along on OS X, the procedure is essentially the same : Once the download is completed, start the installer and accept all the default options. On Windows 8. For OS X, you can use Keka which can extract 7z archives.

Open Eclipse and create a new workspace for your JOGL projects if this is the first time you use Eclipse you will be prompted to create a new workspace. For e. Where you keep your workspace is a question of personal preference, but I suggest to keep it in a path without empty spaces or you could get into trouble in the long run. Repeat the above step for jogl-all.

You should see something like in the next figure: Now, optionally but recommended, we can add the location of the documentation for JOGL. In the above window, double click the line Javadoc location: None. Now, we are ready to create a simple OpenGL project in Java. Add a package name, a class name, make sure to check public static void main and press Finish: Now, we have the main entry point for the application and a containing class, named Main that resides in the opengl package.

We can put all our code in the Main class, but it will quickly become a mess of static functions and variables. In order to create a Java window for our application, we will extend the JFrame class from Swing.

Open Game. GLAutoDrawable; 2 import com. GLEventListener; 3 import javax. For the purposes of this tutorial we will use only the display and the init methods.

If you run the application you should see an empty gray window. For the purposes of this tutorial I will use GL4. In order to enable the OpenGL 4. GL4; 2 import com. GLAutoDrawable; 3 import com. GLCapabilities; 4 import com. GLEventListener; 5 import com. GLProfile; 6 import com.

GLCanvas; 7 import javax. The actual draw commands needs to be called from the display function: We can change this, if necessary, in the init function: Gordon and J.

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Getting started with JOGL (OpenGL bindings for Java) in Eclipse

Yosho This book contains a lot of useful info, but I noticed the same thing — the author builds up a set of wrapper objects that make it hard to see the OpenGL clearly. Is this shader-based stuff what I need to learn? There are currently no scenegraph supporting both the backward compatible profile and the forward compatible profile. My needs are rather simple. Lol we will worry about the paradigms for you if you use Java3D. But, hey, I might go wild and let the user pick a point and see ancillary information about it.

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