I have been trying to move all my Pi development to Pi's.
Because I wanted to do aarch64 baremetal I had to wait for a 64bit OS.
Gentoo64 was the first one that worked and stayed working
It also had newer mesa3d OpenGL drivers, so I just installed the mesa3d examples and had fun straight away.
Of course doing it baremetal gets Linux out of the way and the C dependency hell that can be.
Python is not much better
I tried that Python 3D stuff when it first came out, nope not basic enough for me.
Nice trick with the HDMI capture, we were thinking you were some sort of code wizard
Love the tutorials too, I might understand them one day
So many old tutorials are not relatable to Pi's or are too simple.
They mostly stop at the rotating triangle/cube.
That's another reason I like the mesa3d examples, they are in one C file and do all sorts of interesting things.
None are optimised for Pi hardware and use OpenGL.
How fast would they be if converted to OpenGLES2?
I would love to convert them to Free Pascal OpenGLES2 so I could use them in Ultibo, but I don't seem to have enough time
Too many interesting things to do with Pi's
Pi's have mobile hardware- OpenGLES but most examples are for desktop PCs, OpenGL
That Looking Glass Project has now got me really interested in 3D.
Back when it came out I wanted it, then bastard versions came out like Compiz which ran very slow on the hardware around at the time.
I had hopes for Wayland, but those sorts of things are another layer on top of many layers.
Too many layers and too many dependanices.
Time to go simpler, I just want a nice looking single user OS.
Just heard, Palm are back, making mini phones.
I'm dancing on Rainbows.
Raspberries are not Apples or Oranges