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DirectX 11 - Problem with low resolution decals

I'm trying to add a decal system in my DirectX engine but i'm facing some problems with the quality of the textures projected. Every other no decal texture look fine, but these ones look really bad. ...
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Quad not rendered correctly after window resize

I have a orthographic camera. With the help of this camera i'm able to render a quad onto the screen using screen-cordinates. Using the camera i perform the zoom in/out on specific mouse position ...
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OpenGL ES, orthographic projection and viewport

I want to make some simple 2D game on iOS to familiarize myself with OpenGL ES. I started with Ray Wenderlich’s tutorial (How To Create A Simple 2D iPhone Game with OpenGL ES 2.0 and GLKit). That ...
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How to render multiple projections of an object?

I want to display multiple projection of an object on the same screen. The projection should also change as the body rotates, kind of a dynamic projection of the body. I am trying to make a character ...
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How do I take 2D ballistic trajectory planning and apply it to 3D?

I am currently using this formula speed = sqrt((gravity.y*target.x^2)/(2*cos^2(angle)*(target.y - target.x*tan(angle))) provided by DMGregory as an answer for my question here to determine the ...
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Setting oblique projection to data visualization

I'm developing a small application using Directx intended to plot frequency spectra data in a waterfall plot. It should look like this: So far, I managed to created most of the chart ...
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Conveying a claustrophobic atmosphere in cavalier oblique projection

I need your collaborative knowledge in finding the best way to graphically represent a scene in a manner that would suit a SNES-era rôle-playing game. I've chosen to represent the game in what I'm ...
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Control frustum near and far clip plane sizes in a Projection Matrix

I'm trying to achieve a dolly zoom effect. My first try was the obvious one, the original "zoom in & dolly out" technique, which works nicely. Except that there are cases which this is not ...
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Projection Matrix Breaks My Rectangle

This is my vertex shader, shown below. #version 330 core in vec3 a_position; in vec4 a_colour; // FOV = 70, near plane = 0.1, far plane = 1000 const mat4 u_projection = mat4( 1.428148, 0.0, ...
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What is Clash of Clans projection called?

What is Clash of Clans projection (it doesn't seem to be isometric! enter image description here ) photo from here
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Filling Closed Shapes

Game Engine : Unity 5.1 Developing on Windows 7 Hello, I am using Vectrosity to draw some some shapes on screen run time. I also need to fill these shapes and none of them are really trivial shapes. ...
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glOrtho and VBO

I'm trying to send triangles to OpenGL using screen coordinates. Using the deprecated glBegin and glEnd I could just set up an orthographic projection and use screen-space coordinates as the ...
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2D camera perspective projection from 3D coordinates — HOW?

I am developing a camera for a 2D game with a top-down view that has depth. It's almost a 3D camera. Basically, every object has a Z even though it is in 2D, and similarly to parallax layers their ...
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Replicating a worldspace sphere on screen space

I have quite some struggle with a post processing shader that I'm working on. I use Unity, and I have a shader in which I want to, in screen space as part of post processing, render a sphere that ...
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Problems with converting from Screen Space to World Space

I have an unproject function I've written, which takes in x and y values between -1 and 1, and a z value between 0 and 1 (0 is near plane, 1 is far plane). I create a vector off of this, and multiply ...
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Projection type used in videogames

I'm trying to create a web application, to display 3D objects on canvas. To represent the 3D object I'm using an array of Points (from application's point of view, a Point - is just an object ...
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How do I align the cube in which shadows are computed with the view frustrum? (“View Space aligned frustum”)

Short and concise: Given 8 world space positions that form a cube of arbitrary size, position and orientation and given an arbitrary light direction. How do I compute the View and Projection matrix ...
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Projection type/camera angle in Alien Soldier

I am trying to build a 2D game similar to Alien Soldier from oldies (Sega Genesis). The problem I am having is with assets. What kind of projection/camera angle does the Alien Soldier use for it's ...
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How to get UV coordinates for sphere (Cylindrical Projection)

I have created one sphere and I want to map onto it a texture map. But I want first to project my map texture to cylinder and then to sphere. So I want to create a function which takes as ...
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How do I convert 3D vertices and faces to 2D shapes?

I'm assuming all the math is done with projection matrices from linear algebra, but I don't yet understand how they work, and haven't found much information on them. What I'm mainly curious about is ...
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How to use GetViewProjMatrix().TransformVector(LineDirection) in UE4?

I try to project a 3D vector (a direction, not a position) in screen space, but it does not return satisfying results: FVector LineDirectionOnScreen = ...
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Mixing Perspective and Orthographic Projections?

I'm going to start with some background, so jump to my question at the bottom for the TLDR version. Problem: In a Japanese 4gamer article (english translation via Chev on Polycount) explaining some ...
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Construction of perspective matrix

Is it possible to Construct a perspective matrix by multiplying a perspective transformation with a parallel projection ? I want a perspective projection in 2D space which is calculated by ...
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Unproject mouse position to tile — extremely jumpy position?

I'm trying to unproject the mouse position to get the position on the X-Z plane of a ray cast from the mouse. The camera is fully controllable by the user. Right now, the algorithm I'm using is... ...
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seamless stereographic projection

i have been struggling with this problem on and off for a few years now - making a seamless stereographic projection texture mapping on a sphere where the two halves of the sphere use the projection ...
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If I project a sphere in 3D will it be a circle?

Assuming I have infinite vertices to represent the sphere, if I project the sphere from any position/scale in 3D to 2D, will it be a circle? I know it will not be a circle on the screen, because of ...
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Do I need the 'w' component in my Vector class?

Assume you're writing matrix code that handles rotation, translation etc for 3d space. Now the transformation matrices have to be 4x4 to fit the translation component in. However, you don't actually ...
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Issue creating a dynamic seemless cube map

I have a function for building a cube map, given a location in space. I also have a system for displaying cubemaps (either loaded from images or given as a texture handle), and they work fine and are ...
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Perspective projection math help?

I have points X,Y,Z and have a camera at Cx,Cy,Cz. Assuming the camera is not rotated and is facing the -Z direction and is at 0,0,0. What would the math be for projecting the X,Y,and Z values onto ...
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3d projection help?

I've been wanting to know how to do 3d projections. Can someone explain how i can use this to find the position for x and y on the 2d plane that is 600 * 600 pixels.
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Using gluUnProject to transform mouse position to world coordinates (LWJGL)?

I have a little LWJGL application and I have been trying to figure out how to successfully use the GLU.gluUnProject function in order to transform a given point on the screen (mouse position) to world ...
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GameObject is only rendered when it has a negative z scale

I have an orthographic camera that looks like this: I create 2d polygonal meshes that have uniform z values in their vertices. I use Camera.ViewportToWorldPoint() to map these viewpoint vertices to ...
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How do I convert a panorama image into a skybox?

I have two panoramas (1, 2) that are the same but are shaped a little different. I don't care which one, but how should I go about converting them into a Skybox? I was looking for something like ...
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What projection is this?

Could someone tell me what this projection is called? It's as if you are looking at an object from directly above it and then smear it up and left equally. Only the one dimension seems to be true ...
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Perspective projection

I'm studying Perspective projection in a computer graphics course and i'm really confused about a detail. The study material says there are 3 cases: Case 1: View plane parallel to the xy plane and ...
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Does projection take place before clipping in the rendering pipeline?

At first I thought clipping happens before projection since new vertices may be added and the output of projection is in NDC which is 2D. However after a lot of googling, I found that some ...
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How do I correctly project a point behind the camera?

I am making a 3D game in which I put an exclamation marker above points of interest. In order to find out where in the 2D screen should I put my marker, I am manually projecting the 3D point where ...
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How to draw 2d above 3d scene?

I have an OpenGL(3.3)+GLEW application. I want to draw a black vertical rectangle at the left side of the window for writing some information on it, like fps (I use GLEW function for drawing text). ...
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How do 3D games create the illusion of depth?

How do libraries like OpenGL convert three dimensional coordinates into the two dimensional pixels we see on our screens? I'm not talking about the 3DS or games that require 3D glasses, but rather the ...
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Projectile Shoot three at a time

In my game there is a bird flying and on touch it throws different artifacts projectile downwards. And these artifacts should hit the containers moving right to left on the screen. Now if user keeps ...
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How can I achieve a pseudo-3D camera effect like this?

I am trying to achieve a pseudo-3D camera effect similar to this: I have gotten the following results using a 3D camera and billboards: I am now running into the following problems: In the ...
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What is the difference between an orthographic and oblique projection?

They both seem to be a parallel projection. I know that the angles of axes of viewing differ based on the type of orthographic projection (eg, an isometric projection has equal angles for all the ...
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How do I convert a cube map to an equirectangular projection?

I have a cube map texture showing a surrounding area, which I want to pass to a program that only works with latitude/longitude maps. How can I do this? In other words, I need to turn this: ...
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Why does the projection matrix transform object points into a unit cube in computer graphics?

This semester I both took a computer vision and a computer graphics seminar. But only now before the exams I realize that there seems to be a fundamental difference between projection in both topics. ...
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Drawing Projected Vertices/Faces In Order

I recently created a 3d engine, and have gotten to what is (as I've found) the hardest part so far. I need to sort the objects and then draw them. I've looked at sorting algorithms, but my case is ...
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Scaling world - projection, view or separate matrix?

I am currently writing a simple 3D space visualisation program. Things get loaded into it from a simple XML file, which contains positions and sizes of objects in space, so you can put basically any ...
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Distortion problem with perspective projection

For various reasons – partly educational, partly technical – I'm writing a 3D game engine from scratch, using OpenGL 3.0; aiming for Core Profile, eventually, so of course I'm using a custom matrix ...
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Perspective Projection Far Plane Not Clipping?

I've just discovered that far away objects in my world don't seem to clip like they should with a perspective projection matrix. When I fly far away from my main landscape, so that I am much more ...
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How to calculate a 3D orientation from 2D vanishing lines on an image?

Let say I have a image that represent a 3D scene. I did not have the 3D camera orientation of that scene (left, up and forward vectors) and i'd like to calculate it. On that picture, I draw the ...
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Perspective Projection - Drawing Lines

So I sort of understand the math behind projecting 3d points onto a 2d plane. It's just some simple dividing and multiplication of distances. However I can't seem to wrap my head around projecting ...