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    Warehouse 3D comments

    Excellent Simone!,

    just one idea - I guess the palettes are standardized shapes, all same looking.
    So maybe you could create display list of palette and use that, instead of box.

    This will have tiny impact on performance on good NVIDIA and ATi cards, but Intels could be happier with display lists, even with such a simple object.

    If you define list as:
    TBGL_NewList %lCubo
     TBGL_Box 1, 1, 1
    TBGL_EndList
    
    ... so without any specific color/texture, you can then still post process it via TBGL_EntitySetColor to make each box look differently.

    I attach code for you here.
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    We have great plan for this project, we are just testing if the project was doable and so far it seems thinBasic/TBGL surpassed our expectations in terms of execution speed even on not so fast computer and not so good GPU (at work we have just HP with Intel embedded GPU).

    We are working on 2 sides:
    • graphics, UI, user interaction.
      People that will use this are persons working on warehouse
    • database integration
      multiple warehouses, multiple locations, every location will have its caracteristics, stock located in locations, lot number, stock moving, stock inquiry, inventory


    Of course most of the data is already located in our DBMS. With this project we want a general way of creating and visualizing 3D layout.
    So this is just the starting.

    Great Simone
    Thanks Petr for your help/tips

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    Last note:

    this is just a preview.
    In few days I will create a project forum where to talk about this project and so Simone will be able to keep a unique and updated version of the sources.

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    @Petr Thanks for your Suggestion.

    @Eros yes it is a very interesting project, and I think that we can do it.

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    Warehouse 3D comments

    hi simone :-)

    wow, congratulations too! it looks very interesting and this project warehouse is quite new for me, haven't heard it before, thanks :-D

    good work! I like tbgl and such new ideas !

    best wishes, Lionheart
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    Re: Warehouse 3D comments

    Hi all...

    This is really great.
    It looks like very good start for 3D modelar.

    all best
    Zlatko

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