lovecikz at March 21st, 2010 13:11 — #1
How to load .obj model in opengl without using GLM library. When i searching in the internet, a lot of example used GLM library. It's we can load .obj model without used GLM. If yes, how to load it?
I'm very appreciate if u can help me..
reedbeta at March 21st, 2010 14:09 — #2
The OBJ file format is text-based and quite simple to parse. Google for a reference on the file format (there's plenty of them out there) and you'll see.
fireside at March 21st, 2010 14:46 — #3
This just came up a while ago. I think this site has a good explanation.
It's written in java but the explanation is good and there's pseudocode which should be all that's necessary if you've been assigned a task such as this. I think GLM is open source so you should be able to inspect it also. Why can't you use it? Is it a requirement that you write your own library? I'm just curious. I assume this is some kind of class work.
lovecikz at March 23rd, 2010 11:16 — #4
thanks for ur reply..
i'm just learning how to load .obj object without depend on the GLM library..
i'm sure using GLM library is better...
but i want to learn load it wihout GLM library..
thanks a lot..