Examples of 3D graphics programming with OpenGL http://darcs.wolfgang.jeltsch.info/haskell/3d-graphics-examples
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This package demonstrates how to program simple interactive 3D graphics with OpenGL. It contains two programs, which are both about fractals:
- generates graphics from Lindenmayer systems (L-systems). It defines a language for L-systems as an embedded DSL.
- uses the generalized Brownian motion to generate graphics that resemble mountain landscapes.
The original versions of these programs were written by Matthias Reisner as part of a student project at the Brandenburg University of Technology at Cottbus, Germany. Wolfgang Jeltsch, who supervised this student project, is now maintaining these programs.