OpenGL 2.0 is with us

By Derek Sooman on
Released only two days ago, OpenGL 2.0 is the sixth revision since the original version 1.0. It is fully backwards compatible and includes a number of enhancements, including Programmable Shading, Multiple Render Targets, Non-Power-Of-Two Textures, Point Sprites, Separate Stencil and many other enhancements. I am not entirely sure what these things really mean, but you can be sure that they will mean nicer, smoother graphics. Its really good to see OpenGL going strong.

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