C++: Show Full Screen Images in a UI (Part II: Using Openframework)

06 Jun

One of my colleague recommended me using Openframework to implement the program to show a full screen image. See more details in this previous blog.

So I first created an application class FullScreenApp, which derives from ofBaseApp:


An ofImage object is then introduced, and the update() and draw() function is overriden:


In the main() function, call the below code:


Here the code to load background image and process command line argument is skipped since it is fairly simple and straightforward.

Build and Run! Happy coding!

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Posted by on June 6, 2012 in Programming


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