ios-spritekit-shader-sandbox - 👾 Collection of custom effects for SpriteKit implemented using GLSL/Metal shaders

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Last Update: 21/September/2018. An iOS project demonstrating how to use GLSL and Metal Shaders with SpriteKit framework 👾. The purpose of the app is to serve as a sandbox that allows to quicly prototype and experiment with fragment shaders. Currently there are 12 custom fragment shaders. More shaders will be added on a regular basis.

https://github.com/jVirus/ios-spritekit-shader-sandbox

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