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OpenGL (or D3D) and Delphi 2

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Are there any GOOD freeware components for 3D programming in OpenGL or D3D for Delphi 2?
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by:viktornet
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I'm in school now, but when I come back I'll send you a few linkz that you can follow and find lots of info on OpenGL programming... Talk to you L8R

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Cheers,
Viktor
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I'm in school now, but when I come back I'll send you a few linkz that you can follow and find lots of info on OpenGL programming... Talk to you L8R

*^)

Cheers,
Viktor
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The answer is -- yes!  There are.
Go here ...

http://www.delphi-jedi.org/DelphiGraphics/

  All the necessary pas files, and samples too!

Regards,
 David Williams
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I see the guys have already answered =)
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 Just a further comment -- the components and code there _are_ good indeed !  Very professional, and it is amazing that the author releases it freely.
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