This was a test to see how good it would run, solid 13 fps.
Better than what i thought!
Thank you sir, i didn't know that python had opengl
Frame rate is now like 20 fps
idk how but ok.
Nice! It'll get better too!
Are you making anything with 3D?
@amasad I think I will.
I was trying to write my own 3D graphics (using pygame) and it wasn't going very well but then I just found this so I will try using openGL
@ArchieMaclean I'm clapping for you to do 3D
@amasad :) thanks
@amasad now I just need to learn how to use it :)
@ArchieMaclean Awesome! i found most this out in a series this guy made on youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4n4NyDG2hI i would recommend you watch him!
@TimothyAnderso1 yep, that's who I was watching :D
@themaka can we add this to the resources list ^
@amasad I can't wait for persistent multiplayer -- then we can let others help curate resource lists!
Thanks for sharing the video, @TimothyAnderso1 -- we've added it to this page:
@themaka here's his website w/ all the tutorials https://pythonprogramming.net/opengl-rotating-cube-example-pyopengl-tutorial/