I know OpenGL2.0 has been out for a while now and i have been developing small example programs for learning purpose, But I've been putting off developing using OpenGL2.0 (GLSL) etc because I wasn't sure if people would be able to play them because of hardware issues. I wanted to develop a game which used OpenGL2.0 features. I wanted to try it out for Last PyWeek but most of the people participating did not have compatible graphics hardware so i scraped that idea. But after having looked at a couple of game engine related blog posts at http://blog.wolfire.com/, I decided i have to write a game with Graphics Engine using GLSL shaders.
So Instead of writing from scratch, I thought it would be best if I tried out on an already developed game and "Adrian" was the obvious choice. We have been updating the game since last year during our free time (yes.... this isn't a solo effort... ) and so updating graphics engine came up. I wanted to start small and so started off with the implementation of Post-Processing pipeline for the game engine. Here are the results..
You can Grab Source Code at code.google.com/p/adrian
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hope you like it :D Im' totally excited about this.. keep tracking for further updates ..