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OpenGL gradient banding on Samsung Galaxy S2 Android phone

I've got a live wallpaper out on the market which uses OpenGL to render some basic shapes and a flat plane. The simple lighting creates a gradient effect across the plane, which looks fine on most ...
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How do you blend multiple colors in HSV (polar) color-space?

In RGB color space, you can do a weighted multiple-color blend by just doing: Start with R = G = B = 0. Then we perform a blend at index i using a set of colors C, and a set of normalized weights w ...
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*DX11, HLSL* - Colour as 4 floats or one UINT

With the DX11 pipeline, would it be much quicker for the vertex buffer to pass one single UINT with one byte per channel to the input assembler, as opposed to three floats? Then the vertex shader ...
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Apply Vertex Colors to XNA Spritebatch sprites

I know that you can use custom vertex and pixel shaders using SpriteBatch but I can't figure out how to apply colors to individual vertex points on a sprite generated by spritebatch. All I can do is ...
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Programatically replace color gradient on sprite

Say I have the following image: I want to tint the yellow parts on this sprites shoulder/arms by a random color. In other questions on this site, they suggest using a chroma key and replacing the ...
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Shader and Custom Vertex Format Errors

I am creating an editor of sorts that allow you to create 3D voxel models. I just got started and have ran into a few errors. Here is what it is producing: I think the problem has to do with the ...
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Could a large number, such as 255.000255 be converted to it's RGB channels in a Shader language?

If I had a Vertex Shader constant holding one float value, like: 255.000255 Where: The first 3 numbers are actually red (255), next three are green (000), then the last three are blue (255). ... ...
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How can I get the texture color data from GLEED2D's level file?

I've hit a little snag in my game. It's a 2D platform game and I need to check for collisions against the level. I'm using GLEED2D to create the map. I'd like to do per-pixel collision checking, but ...
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How do you find the “best” color palette for a game?

If I want to make a 3D game, and I want all my textures to be 8 bit, to save RAM, that is 256 indexed colors, including "transparent", how do I choose the colors? Is there any recommended pre-defined ...
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Hemicube algorithm d3d9 or d3d11, float valued colors

The hemicube algorithm renders the scene to 5 sides of a half-cube, from the perspective of each polygon. Assume you place the hemicube around me and render to the 5 sides. The idea is, we can see ...
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Image drawing tools (that aren't Photoshop) that work in the sRGB colorspace

I'm looking for a way to create sRGB raster images. Now, I could use Inkscape and just have it render to a raster format, but are there any image drawing tools other than Photoshop that work in sRGB? ...
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Fading to transparent with premultiplied alpha

I'm fading an object from fully visible to transparent, but the fade darkens the object. this.Color = Color.Lerp(Color.White, Color.Transparent, weight); The object does fade to transparent, but.. ...
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OpenGL ES Faces appear to be transparent when alpha is 1.0?

I am working on an object (OBJ File) loader for my app on iOS, currently I have successfully read the vertices and the faces of the object, and I am now just adding colours to the imported models. I ...
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Java how to color text without using JNI?

I am working on a small text-based game in Java. I am trying to understand the concept of how to color the output without needing to use JNI. C++ has the ability to modify the console directly and ...
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Programmatically set color of Box2D body's sprite or image

In my basic Cocos2D + Box2D iPhone app I have a bunch of circular Box2D bodies. I'd like to change the color of the circles programatically. What's the easiest way to do this? So far I'm just ...
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Making a symbol appear on any colour

I'm developing an RPG/roguelike-style game. Instead of having maps like: ......... ......... ....@.... ...h..... Oh look, a dwarf. I was having solid background tiles, So sort of a tile based RPG ...