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\$\begingroup\$ If it is a dark grey and not just black, then you only need to adjust the light settings. If it is black, I cannot help because the code looks fine. Maybe you could include a little more for us? \$\endgroup\$ – Justin Feb 14 '13 at 2:10
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The code for this article can be found in the source/07_more_lighting folder. On OS X, open the opengl-series.xcodeproj file in the root folder, and select the target that corresponds with this article. On Windows, open the opengl-series.sln file in Visual Studio 2013, and open the project that corresponds with this article.
When I put that code in a skeleton OpenGL code the lighting works but there is one element I can not test and and have concerns with, and I have to position the view position for my application. You code for me gives me a black screen because the view position is not setup. My concern is what the texture file actually is with this line
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Specular reflection is the direct reflection of light by a surface. Shiny surfaces reflect almost all incident light and therefore have bright specular highlights or hot spots. The location of a highlight moves as you move your eye, while keeping the light source and the surface at the stationary positions.
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