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Introduction to Modern OpenGL – Macclesfield, United Kingdom

5 September - 7 September

€1500

Introduction to Modern OpenGL

This training provides a comprehensive introduction to modern OpenGL development. Beginning with the basic concepts, all the fundamental topics to develop flexible, high performance OpenGL code that run on the desk- top and embedded / mobile devices will be covered. Key techniques including lighting, texturing, framebuffer objects and transformations are introduced, in a format suitable for any developer working in C or C++.

Why learn Modern OpenGL?

OpenGL is the industry standard for high performance graphics and computation on desktop, mobile and embedded platforms. Whether the requirement is visualizing large data sets, creating engaging user interfaces or breathtaking real-time visuals, getting the topics covered in this course is essential.

To register and to read more about the course follow this link…

Details

Start:
5 September
End:
7 September
Cost:
€1500
Event Category:
Event Tags:
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Website:
https://www.kdab.com/software-services/scheduled-training/modern-opengl-introduction/

Organizer

Organizer:
KDAB
Phone:
+46 563 540090
Email:
info@kdab.com
Website:
www.kdab.com

Other

Language
English

Venue

Venue:
KDAB – Macclesfield
Newton Street , The Ropewalks
Macclesfield, SK11 6QJ United Kingdom
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Phone:
+44 1625 809908
Website:
https://www.kdab.com/about/contact/

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