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Comparison of OpenGL and Direct3D

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  1. This article compares two computer graphics APIs

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. Direct3D is a proprietary API designed by Microsoft Corporation for hardware 3D acceleration on the Windows platform

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  3. OpenGL has always seen more use in the professional graphics market than DirectX, while DirectX is used mostly for computer games. (The term professional is used here to refer to the professional production of graphics, such as in computer animated f

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  4. OpenGL is an open standard API that provides a number of functions for the rendering of 2D and 3D graphics and is available on most modern operating systems

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  5. If hardware 3D acceleration is present, OpenGL can use it

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