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projection / view matrix: the object is bigger than it should and depth does not affect vertices [closed]

I'm currently trying to write a C 3D software rendering engine from scratch just for fun and to have an insight on what OpenGL does behind the scene and what 90's programmers had to do on DOS. I have ...
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W2S, worldtoscreen from Projection Matrix and View Matrix

After a couple of days of tremendous trial and error coding, I must give up: I have a simple 3d program that I'm adding a visual layer to. Basically, I want to draw 2d icons and text over 3d objects ...
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HLSL What you get when you subtract world position from InvertViewProjection.Translation?

In one of NVIDIA's Vertex shaders (the metal one) I found the following code: // transform object normals, tangents, & binormals to world-space: float4x4 WorldITXf : WorldInverseTranspose < ...
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View Matrix from Camera in Unity Script

I am looking to get a Camera component's "view" matrix in a script. I see that I can get the projection matrix using Camera.projectionMatrix, but I don't see a Camera.viewMatrix property... I want ...
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Shear transformation in the projection matrix?

I am trying to understand what the shear transformation (l+r/r-l & b+t/t-b) is actually doing in the projection matrix? The only thing I got till now is headache :) Can you please help?
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Y Axis inverted on vertex output

I've got my project running and somehow it seems my vertex y components are inverted. 10 in the positive on Y goes down and 10 negative on the Y axis goes up. I can't find anything with the ...
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Why do we move the world instead of the camera?

I heard that in an OpenGL game what we do to let the player move is not to move the camera but to move the whole world around. For example here is an extract of this tutorial: OpenGL View matrix ...
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Strange 3D game engine camera with X,Y,Zoom instead of X,Y,Z

I'm using a 3D game engine, that uses a 4x4 matrix to modify the camera projection, in this format: r r r x r r r y r r r z - - - zoom Strangely though, the camera does not respond to the Z ...
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Can a 4x4 matrix describe a camera's perspective?

I'm working with a closed-source 3D engine, and it only allows you to set the view projection via a 4x4 matrix. Can this matrix describe the camera's translation, rotation & perspective? I turned ...