Re: New demo: FBOs
FBOs are just another implementation of the MRT idea aren't they? I think I read the whitepaper on them the other week - they look neat. Seems to me like you can get around a lot of traps even present in the DX implementation of MRTs, and it'll be nice to finally get away from pbuffers (arrrrgh). Unfortunately, I can't get your demo to run, as my version of OGL doesn't currently support the required extension.. I imagine that if I upgraded to a new beta driver, post 75, I'd be able to run it? Or is that not the case?
EDIT: Ahhhh! I remember where I saw them - there was a presentation on them at the GDC recently that was put online on the NV website.
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