Drop an email at email@example.com for help in setting up the demo.
Visit http://app-framework-software.intel.com/index.php for more information, documentation, and support.
Visit http://app-framework-software.intel.com/documentation.php#afui/afui_jquery for more information on using App Framework UI and jQuery.
The lessons can be followed at http://www.learnopengles.com.
Lesson Eight: An Intro to VBOs (Vertex Buffer Objects)
Lesson Seven: An Intro to VBOs (Vertex Buffer Objects)
Lesson Six: Texture Filtering Modes
Lesson Five: An Intro to Blending
Lesson Four: Basic Texturing
Lesson Three: Adding Per-Pixel Lighting
Lesson Two: An Intro to Lighting
Lesson One: Getting Started
The source code for the app itself serves as a useful tutorial for learning how to use the min3D library for your own projects.
Demo that shows some cool effects that can be achieved thanks to the programmable OpenGL ES 2.0 GPU pipeline, such as normal mapped specular animated lighting, real time refractions and image postprocess.
If you like the effects and would like to play a game that uses them, please try the game "AQUA SLASH GL DEMO" for free.
To move the light source, touch the screen with one finger to the desired position.
To change the background image, while touching the screen with one finger (therefore moving the light) touch with another one on the left side of the screen.
To change the postprocess effect, do the same but touch with the second finger on the right side of the screen instead of the left.
This demo requires Android 2.2 or higher.
INFO FOR DEVELOPERS: For some reason, samsung and motorola opengl driver does not allow the creation of FrameBufferObjects with color attachments of dimensions non power of 2. All the opengl calls do not generate any error and the FrameBufferObject status is ok, but then nothing gets written to the offscreen buffer if width and/or heigth is not power of 2. On HTC, LG, Toshiba and Dell devices this works well and any dimension can be used.
Since this app uses offscreen rendering for the postprocess effects, this is why it did not work with samsung and motorola devices before version 1.2.
Despite the somewhat unfair 1 star ratings of angry samsung and motorola users because of this issue, thanks everyone for the reports.
Special thanks to my sister Silvia and my friend "El Iberico" for sharing with me their Galaxy S smartphones that allowed me to debug the app and find out what the problem was.
To Harism: Thanks for your comments and yes, the problem is directly related to the off screen render target resolution.
There is not any copy of textures at any time. The first pass where the water effect is rendered is the one that uses the off screen buffer (with less resolution for performance reasons) and later, that render target is directly binded as an input texture to the final pass where the other effect is rendered (pixelization etc) to full resolution.
No ads, etc., just a demo for fun. Will continue to add sequences and improve existing ones through updates, and if I come up with something really cool, will try to make it into a live wallpaper.
The source code will also be made available. It provides a good starting point and tutorial into creating OpenGL apps.
Finally, all your struggling with libGDX and Box2D is about to be finished. With Leakedbits Codelabs you will master all there is to know about one of the top frameworks for developing Android games. We offer you a series of samples to play with, from the very beginning to the most advanced techniques, so you can develop the next Android big hit.
But wait! There is more! We are not only showing you what can be done with libGDX. Nah, we are not that kind of people. Along with the app, we share with you ALL our source code, so you can understand class by class, method by method, line by line, how you can do the same! Impressive, huh?
Check out our GitHub repository: https://github.com/Leakedbits/Codelabs
And our Wiki: https://github.com/Leakedbits/Codelabs/wiki
You are welcome to participate!
If you're new to Android programming or simply looking for a refresher on how to use tabs and fragments together to create a user interface, this application is probably worth checking out. It's incredibly simple and there's no shiny bells and whistles added to the application. The user interface is comprised of two tabs that you can switch between and the content within each tab is changed when you press the tabs.
Instructions for how to create a similar tabbed user interface are available at http://devleader.ca/2013/11/04/fragments-tabbed-android-user-interface/. You can also get to the corresponding tutorial article by using the application.
- ribbon amplitude
- ribbon speed
- ribbon zoom level
- wave speed
- number of covers
- cover spacing
- background theme
- background zoom
- enable touch animation
Not all handsets support the live wallpaper feature. Please check your settings to see whether your handset does or not.