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C. Moeller

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (10 of 14)
Location: Arizona
 

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WebGL Beginner's Guide by Diego Cantor
WebGL Beginner's Guide by Diego Cantor
If you have wanted to start learning any kind of OpenGL, WebGL is a great way to start learning. This book provides a lot of information about using WebGL, from just introducing the canvas tag, to actually loading models from Blender in obj format, picking geometry using the mouse and ray tracing, and even using shaders in your WebGL application.

If you have used OpenGL or OpenGL ES before, a lot of the techniques will be very familiar. If you haven't he starts off at the beginning, explaining everything thoroughly, and as long as you have programmed before, and hopefully have used Javascript, you will be able to start creating WebGL apps using modern techniques. The advantages… Read more
UDK iOS Game Development Beginners Guide by John Preston Doran
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The unreal engine is a professional engine, made available to everyone. Getting started with it can be a real challenge, but this book walks you through creating a game step by step. Starting with first creating a room with lighting, to moving on and creating an outside, sky dome, buildings, enemies and AI, you'll understand the basic tools, and how to start using it to create your own game! The book touches at least on a little of everything that you'll need, custom models and textures, and the two types of scripting available to you. It also shows you hopw to deploy to your idevice for testing, as well as troubleshooting, ending with instructions for actually submitting your game to apple… Read more
Inkscape Beginner's Guide by Bethany Hiitola
Inkscape Beginner's Guide by Bethany Hiitola
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Inkscape is a vector drawing program, much like Illustrator, but free AND open sourced. This book is very detailed, assuming you know knowing of vector drawing, and possibly of any kind of digital drawing. It starts out very slow, describing what vector graphics actually are, how to install Inkscape, ect. Then it actually allows you to explore the interface by small little projects, such as basic drawing tools, starting to modify objects, using layers, and stylizing text. Towards the end, it starts touching on topics most well experienced vector artists use on a daily basis, or haven't even discovered yet, such as using filters to stylize your objects, different options for stylizing text,… Read more