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looking for info on virtual reality games programming / etc.. (with delphi would be cool)
but anything else will be good enough.
what to do this in?
directX?
openGL?
ids there a seperate language for this?

ya know lawnmower man type stuff  :o)



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ok so i just wanted to be first :-))
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Can I be the top expert then? Go on, give me the points (you know you want to)

The Neil =;)
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AWW GO ON THEN ;-)

you have to tell me though ,do you know anything about virtual reality ?

i watched lawnmower man and it started my brain thinking ..

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by:TheNeil
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Not much. I have dabbled with OpenGL a bit but Mike Lischke has a fabulous 3D Studio viewer that uses it. If you're just after creating things like animation and stuff (rather than coding something) then get a copy of 3D Studio and start feeling inferior (it'll do that to ya)

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thanks  for expert advice you  experts are greatest and knowledgable :-)

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Go now lesser mortal, spread my words of wisdom throughout the world etc etc etc

The Neil =;)
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by:scrapdog
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inthe - try using the OMAR programming language

it is very much like pascal, but it is platform independent...it is a general purpose language in theory, but in practice it has special facilities for 3D programming

I HIGHLY suggest you check it out...it would be perfect for what you are trying to do...

right now I write in this language for a living

see www.hypercosm.com for more info
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by:Greyman
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Hello,

Try http://www.geocities.com/goodberry/

Lots of links to Delphi game programming from there, including DirectX
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;-)
 cheers guys, for interest here's a couple more ..

http://no2games.com/turbo/

http://nehe.gamedev.net/

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