OpenGL Blending

OpenGL Blending

BLENDING WITH OPENGL

You’ve already learned that OpenGL rendering places color values in the color buffer under normal circumstances. You also learned that depth values for each fragment are also placed in the depth buffer. When depth testing is turned off (disabled), new color values simply overwrite any other values already present in the color buffer. When depth testing is turned on (enabled), new color fragments replace an existing fragment only Continue reading “OpenGL Blending”