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Thu, May 30 2013


I am currently developing an iPad application for viewing 3D objects. I would like to place multiple objects on the screen and I want them to be independent. I tried to implement several NGLView the same screen, but without success. Is it possible, on the same screen, to implement several NGLView which containing some objects to perform treatments only on the subject that I touch?
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Sun, Jun 2 2013

In response to: @Jorjor19

Hello buddy,

I understand your goal, but think twice about your approach.
You don't even need to understand what goes inside, just think what could be more expensive: a NGLView that is a render canvas or a NGLMesh that is just a little piece of render?

NinevehGL has no touch API yet, but you can make your own way to get touches above a mesh. There are some guys that made this with success.

But creating and managing a lot of NGLViews is not a good idea, at all.
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