Schedule subject to change.
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In the demo, the 'm' key both resets location and switches you back to absolute mode. If you switch to absolute mode from a relative mode, the location switches to the reset position; it does not reset the location when switching into relative modes (although you may do the location reset here as well if you want).
|Fundamentals of Computer Graphics: 3rd Edition by Peter Shirley et al|
A K Peters, 2009, ISBN: 1568812698
OpenGL Programming Guide version 3.1
Addison Wesley, ISBN: 978-0321552624, (7th edition)
|Lab 2A||Mon||2-3 pm||Yufeng|
|Lab 2B||Tue||1-2 pm||James|
|Lab 2F||Fri||12-1 pm||Peter|