New OpenGL programs

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I finally released some old code I wrote for a University course. You can find it on my GitHub. The programs are not really special and well-written (as is mostly the case when assignments with short deadlines are concerned), but I polished them a bit, sprinkled some comments over them, and added a big portion of love.

Something like that, anyway.

Since it is not explicitly mentioned anywhere, you need the OpenGL and GLUT libraries in order to compile these programs. It might be necessary to change the library paths in the Makefile if you are not using FreeBSD, which is, judging from the server’s log files, unfortunately most probable.

Speaking of operating systems, a fun fact from the log files: Most of my visitors use Linux or Sun Solaris. Either that or somebody really has some fun faking the user agents.