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Is it possible to load 3d models in .h file format from remote server, at runtime

June 23, 2013 - 8:37pm #2

I am trying to create such cloud recognition based application, where  3d models will be stored on remote server, format of this models are .h file format and they will be  loaded at runtime.

Is it possible to make such kind of integrated  system ?, if yes, can you give me some refferences  to this?

thanks in advance

 

Is it possible to load 3d models in .h file format from remote

June 24, 2013 - 1:16am #1

Hi, I would say this is possible;

however, you will need to implement a parser in C++ to read and interprete the content of the .h files;

this is because usually .h files are just C++ include files, i.e. they are compiled when you build the process.

However, reading a .h file which basically just contains a set of vertex arrays definitions should not be too difficult.

(Note: we don't have a tutorial about how to do this)

 

 

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