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Java, Crashing with a Shader on Intel HD Graphics

I just got a new computer (Acer Aspire ES1-311) which has an integrated Intel HD Graphics card, and I noticed that this fisheye shader crashes my game (LibGDX game, VM Crash): varying vec2 ...
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why is glVertexAttribDivisor crashing?

I am trying to render some trees with instancing. This is rather weird, but before sleeping yesterday night, I checked the code, and it was in a running state, when I got up this morning, it is ...
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Getting the real fragment depth in GLSL

I am trying to write a simple GLSL shader that just renders the real (not normalized) depth of a fragment as a floating point value. So far, I've figured out how to get the depth of a vertex, and ...
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Trying to implement Camera

I'm trying to implement a Camera class in order to walk and look on the world as follow: #ifndef _CAMERA_H_ #define _CAMERA_H_ #include <glm\glm.hpp> class Camera { public: Camera(); ...
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How does an energy-conservative Blinn-Phong-Fresnel model work?

What is a plausible, basic equation/pseudo-code for energy-conservative Blinn-Phong shading, including Fresnel with a coloured light-source? The net gives so many alternatives that it's hard to ...
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Setting uniform value of a vertex shader for different sprites in a SpriteBatch

I'm using libGDX and currently have a simple shader that does a passthrough, except for randomly shifting the vertex positions. This shift is a vec2 uniform that I set within my code's render() loop. ...
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SFML - Rendering a torch with a fire animation [duplicate]

I have coded a 3D maze simulator in SFML using raycasting. However, I want to add a torch to the screen, so that the lighting seems more realistic. From my understanding, I would have to use ...
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How can I make this shader background more efficient?

I want to use a shader as a background for a mobile game. I'm using libgdx for my project. I've never written glsl before, but here's my attempt so far: http://glslsandbox.com/e#22332.13 On desktop ...
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OpenGL position from depth is wrong

My engine is currently implemented using a deferred rendering technique, and today I decided to change it up a bit. First I was storing 5 textures as so: DEPTH24_STENCIL8 - Depth and stencil ...
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GLSL: Incompatible Types at Initialisation (and no available implicit conversion)

I'm recieving the following error when compiling my GLSL shader: Incompatible types in initialization (and no available implicit conversion) It occurs on line 94: int shadowMap = ...
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C++ - SFML - OpenGL - GLSL - smooth waving texture

I have this shaders: Fragment: uniform float time; uniform sampler2D texture; void main() { float t = time; vec2 aux = gl_TexCoord[0].xy; // This would also make waving/deform the ...
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Vertex Skinning Looks Messy on Real Android Device using Monodroid

I have no problem doing the "vertex skinning" for three-dimensional animation. All goes well when using the emulator (and genymotion). However, when run on a real device (such as Samsung and Lenovo) ...
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Opimized lineral to sRGB glsl code

Currently I use simple and ugly implementation of lineral -> sRGB transfrom float sRGB(float x) { if ( x <= 0.00031308) return 12.92*x; else return 1.055*pow(x,(1/2.4) ) - 0.055; } vec3 ...
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Physically Based bloom effect?

Currently my implementation of HDR rendering using bright pass Bright pass store overall luminance of pixels are overcome some threshold Bright pass buffer are half-sized from rendering image. Next ...
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GLSL: Vertex attribute to int

I'm trying to write a shader which renders a multitextured geometry wihout rerendering the geometry with each texture. In my test I'm not using textures, I just convert the texture index to a color ...
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GLSL- How to change a certain color of a sprite, to another color passed into the shader?

There are sprites, with certain pixels being bright pink, and a shader dyes these pink or grayscale pixels to a custom color determined by the player. For example, a character looks normal except for ...
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Uniform Buffer Binding-points

I believe Uniform Buffers/Blocks has been the hardest thing to grasp in OpenGL. Hopefully this will be my final issue regarding this. I have created a uniform buffer that contain data of Light ...
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Encoding Floats to RGBA and Blending causing artifacts

I am using float packing to encode a float value inside a RGBA texture because I don't have access to float texture unfortunately. Here are the function I am using for encoding and decoding. inline ...
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Render model with meshes with materials and/or textures

I'm making a model class that is using Assimp in the background. I want my models' meshes to be able to have a material and an optional texture on top of that. Right now I'm doing it like this: for ...
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Encoding Float to RG/RGBA and Blending

Encoding a float value inside a RG or RGBA texture is very interesting and useful but it is also become quite useless when you use blending as the result and the values might be altered because of ...
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Assimp - generate tangents and bitangents

I have started using Assmip 3.1.1 in my OpenGL application. Let's consider a simple example. Here is obj triangle model: mtllib triangle.mtl v -5.0 0.0 0.0 v 0.0 0.0 0.0 v 0.0 5.0 0.0 vn 0.0 0.0 ...
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Using multiple shaders

I'm currently studying opengl shaders but I can't figure out something: how to apply different shaders to the objects, for example, a teapot rendered using toon shader and another one in the same ...
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How to implement this kind of ripples with a GLSL fragment shader?

So I have already implemented the reflection part: uniform sampler2D texture; uniform vec2 resolution; uniform vec3 overlayColor; void main() { vec2 uv = gl_FragCoord.xy / resolution.xy; if (uv.y ...
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Cubemap faces rotation in GS shader

I Can't get correct rotations for cubemap faces. Thats should come to geometry shader, from camera "view" matrix I want make 6 faces for my cubemap, but seems I can't get it correctly... My first ...
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Is it possible to use unnormalized texture coordinates from a GLES2 GLSL fragment shader?

I want to look up a texel from my GLES2 GLSL fragment shader using un-normalized texture coordinates (0-w, 0-h instead of 0-1, 0-1). The reason is that this texture is used as a look up table and I ...
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Deferred Rendering With Diffuse,Specular, and Normal maps

I have been reading up on deferred rendering and I am trying to implement a renderer using the Sponza atrium model, which can be found here, as my sandbox.Note I am also using OpenGL 3.3 and GLSL. I ...
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How to calculate reflection vector from point sprite sphere?

So far I achieved building a cube map following this tutorial. Then I drew three points using glDrawArrays(GL_POINTS,0,3) and calculate the normals based on a sphere. To compute the incoming light ...
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Implementing a skybox with GLSL version 330

I am trying to get a skybox working with OpenGL 3.3 and GLSL version 330. I could not find a completely modern OGL skybox tutorial anywhere on the web, so I modernised an older one (using ...
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Fragment Shader output type error

StackExchange! I've been working with opengl for a bit and I'm trying to finally load the shaders instead of having them inline. I'm having a ton of issues, though. As soon as I solve one, another ...
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How do I convert from rectangular to spherical coordinates?

This seems like a fairly basic and common problem. Is there a builtin way to achieve it or do I have to write the algorithm on my own? If I do, how should it work?
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Multiplatform GLSL shader validator?

Im working on a multiplatform (Pc,Mac,Linux) game that uses shaders quite extensively. Since we do not have any funding, it is pretty hard to test our game on all possible hardware configurations. ...
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Failing to move exponential depth term to depth shader in exponential shadow mapping

I'm playing around in my little toy project to see if I can understand how exponential shadow mapping works. To begin, I have the following two fragment shaders: Light depth texture shader ...
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Blank texture in Frame Buffer Object in Deferred Rendering

I'm running the tutorial 35 from olgdev.atspace.co.uk, and it's so strange that the result is a blank screen. This tutorial is performing the first step of Deferred Shading, which means decoupling of ...
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C++ OpenGL ShadowMap Issue/Artifacts

I am currently implementing basic shadow mapping in my C++ Custom Engine using GLSL 4.10. It is currently working with basic PCF anti-aliasing and very minimal reduction for unwanted artifacts. Here ...
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how to turn (or solidify) water or fuild into solid material (Renderring Effect)

i want to implement an effect like this. for example, let's assume the clay are made of particles. liquids of clay flows for a while, then it becomes dry and rest.finally those particles becomes only ...
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Phone complains that identical GLSL struct definition differs in vert/frag programs

When I provide the following struct definition in linked frag and vert shaders, my phone (Samsung Vibrant / Android 2.2) complains that the definition differs. struct Light { mediump vec3 ...
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Problem with uniforms in OpenGL

I have a strange problem I can't figure out. On the CPU I have class that handles the material properties for a model. material = new Material(); material->Emissive = vec3(0.1, 0.0, 0.0); ...
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Reconstruct shader vertices in OpenGL

I'm not sure if 'reconstruct' is the correct term for this but essentially what I am trying to do is calculate vertex positions (that are already calculated via shader) on the CPU for the purpose of ...
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Ray casting problem using JOGL

I'm trying to port an old perfectly functioning ray casting implementation from my lwjgl project (FF pipeline) to a new project using JOGL and shaders. My problem is that my ray no longer intersects ...
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Grayscale and 2D lighting using cocos-2dx

I want to create a lighting effect on a gray-scaled world using cocos2d-x. What I've done is creating a layer which runs a shader program that receives light positions and radiuses as input and ...
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Overload how an object instance of a class is treated when used

So I've made this struct that encapsulates a glm::vec4. This is because vec3s are treated as 16-byte in GLSL, but I don't want to assign a vec4 if I only really need 3 components. Anyway, my question ...
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Uniform Block solve padding/alignment for vec3 in CPU struct

I have a struct on the CPU which I'm sending to a uniform block in my shader. After a bit frustration I finally got it to work. The problem I had was that vec3s are actually treated as 16-bytes, or in ...
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Artifacts rendering high-poly procedural meshes with OpenGL

I am having some issues when rendering some procedural generated meshes. There are some really wierd artifacts when rendering high-poly count meshes (not that much actualy). I have been able to ...
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Why does accessing a uniform float make my shader more than twice as slow?

My fragment shader was significantly slowed down by a recent change, and I've been trying to understand why. I isolated the main slow-down to accessing a single particular uniform float. If I include ...
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I want to render some surfaces in GLSL with normal maps, and some without

I have normal mapping working in my game, but I want to only use normal mapping for some surfaces, and not others. Right now, as far as I can tell, my shader is applying an incorrect normal of (0, 0, ...
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Build-time GLSL syntax validation

Is there a way to validate GLSL syntax build-time instead of run-time? My application takes a long time to start and I want to know at the earliest possible stage that my shaders are ok. I'm using ...
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Dynamic VBO update possibly corrupting data?

I want to draw a line between two vertices. On a mouseclick the vertex data will change and I want to update the line to use the new values. I am using a VBO for this and it looks like the update ...
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Combine flat and smooth shading with a single model geometry

I need to be able to switch between smooth and flat shading interactively. Is there a way to do this efficiently with a single geometry? For example, smooth shading does not require duplicate ...
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Tessellation shader pass-through : Nothing displayed

I am trying to set a pass-through tessellation shader and then build on top of that while learning. From what I found/read I need to do in the TE shader everything that was done in the vertex shader ...
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Is it possible to look up a texel from a texture in GLES2 GLSL framgent shader without using sampler?

Is there some way I can directly access texture memory from fragment shader in GLES2 GLSL? I don't need the sampler to be involved since I am just using it as a look-up table.