In computer graphics - the part of the 3D scene that is visible on the screen, also called the viewing frustum. The shape of the viewing frustum is a pyramid defined by the viewing angle, and that is "clipped" between the near and the far clipping planes.

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Unity Frustum Culling Issue

I'm creating a game that utilizes off center projection. I've got my game set up in a CAVE being rendered in a cluster, over 8 PC's with 4 of these PC's being used for each eye (this creates a ...
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Compute directional light frustum from view furstum points and light direction

I'm working on a friends engine project and my task is to construct a new frustum from the light direction that overlaps the view frustum and possible shadow casters. The project already has a ...
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How to set “near” value properly?

Usually, the camera's near value is set to sth like 0.1f. However, this (assuming 1.0f = 1 metre) makes everything that's closer than 10 cm from the camera invisible. On the other hand, when working ...
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Frustum culling - error evaluating a point in the plane of the frustum

I am trying to implement the following code: http://www.lighthouse3d.com/tutorials/view-frustum-culling/geometric-approach-implementation/ I need to use frustum culling in my graphics engine. my ...
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Incorrect frustum culling with center/half-size AABB

I'm trying to implement an axis-aligned bounding box with center/half-size instead of min/max. And I have some problems when it comes to create a method to detect if the aabb is visible or not. I try ...
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Tile frustum build issue in tile-based deferred shading

I'm just learning the tile-based deferred shading, and found the great article by Andrew Lauritzen. And I also checked the source code, it's really helpful. But i still have some confusion about the ...