[osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: shader implementation - newbie

2009-04-28 Thread ami guru
Hello Robert,

After going through  the archives i have found that it has already discussed
the issue that is not present yet within the API.

Something like SwitchStateSet.

But you did have pave a way to get that done. I am not sure if anyone has
done that and updated the repository.Your recommendation is as follows:

'
Re: [osg-users] Rendering the scene multiple times with different shaders.

Robert Osfield
Thu, 22 May 2008 08:10:39 -0700

Hi Stephane,

On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 4:02 PM, Stephane Lamoliatte
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Robert, don't you think this feature could be done by some kind of custom
 osgFX::Effect node ?

You could probably write a custom node that overrides the cull
callback and post processes/rebuild the StateGraph it's generated.  I
don't think this is an example of a osgFX::Effect though, such as
class might belong in osgFX though.

It might still be most efficient to tailor CullVisitor to do the
remapping of the StateSet, such as by tweaking the pushStateSet
method, that currently looks like:

inline void pushStateSet(const osg::StateSet* ss)
{
_currentStateGraph = _currentStateGraph-find_or_insert(ss);
if (_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails==0 
ss-useRenderBinDetails()  !ss-getBinName().empty())
{
_currentRenderBin =
_currentRenderBin-find_or_insert(ss-getBinNumber(),ss-getBinName());
}
if
(ss-getRenderBinMode()==osg::StateSet::OVERRIDE_RENDERBIN_DETAILS)
{
++_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails;
}
}

One could possible add a check against an internal map of StateSet
inside this function.  The only draw back to adding this into
CullVisitor is that it'd add an extra bool check to see if one needed
to do the look up.  i.e.


inline void pushStateSet(const osg::StateSet* ss)
{
if (_doStateSetSubstituion)
{
 StateSetMap::iterator itr = _statesetSubsitutionMap.find(ss);
 if (itr!=  _statesetSubsitutionMap.end()) ss =
itr-second.get();
}
_currentStateGraph = _currentStateGraph-find_or_insert(ss);
if (_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails==0 
ss-useRenderBinDetails()  !ss-getBinName().empty())
{
_currentRenderBin =
_currentRenderBin-find_or_insert(ss-getBinNumber(),ss-getBinName());
}
if
(ss-getRenderBinMode()==osg::StateSet::OVERRIDE_RENDERBIN_DETAILS)
{
++_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails;
}
}

The custom node would then populate the push and pop
_statesetSubsitutionMap settings in its cull traversal.

Feel free to experiment with such an implementation and it works out
send it in to osg-submissions for consideration as
part of the core OSG.

Robert.




***''

If i have understood that correctly you have suggested to to tailor the
CullVisitor which means to make a subclass of CullVisitor like
MyCullVisitor and override the functions that you have specified. Now i want
to get that implemented. And i need your suggestion on the items i have to
cover more to understand and implement the scenario.

First of all is there any example in OSG that implemented the CullVisitor
concept. When i have have impelemented it how do i use that from the my
createSceneGraph() function when i have the very same model that will be
loaded with different shaders with user interaction.


Regards
Sajjad

-- Forwarded message --
From: Robert Osfield robert.osfi...@gmail.com
Date: Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 9:57 AM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] Fwd: shader implementation - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hi Sajjad,

A lot has been written about shaders and OSG over the years, so rather
than me waste time going over old ground please could you search the
archives.

Robert.

On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 2:47 AM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello Robert,

 After going through several source code regarding shaders, i think  that
 using seperate program for different type of shader is a better
 choice.

 In that case i am creating a vector of osg::Program initially, and
 attaching the shaders corresponding to the programs.

 Now with user input i am trying to enable a particular program . In OpenGL
 there is a command named

 glUseProgram(id);

 To enable the program which we can link and validate later. It is like
 toggling between different program object.


 In OSG i think we have to toggle between StateSet.


 Can you suggest any example with in OSG that does that state changes in an
 interactive way?



 Regards
 Sajjad

 -- Forwarded message --
 From: ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com
 Date: Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 7:30 AM

[osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: shader implementation - newbie

2009-04-28 Thread ami guru
Hello Robert,

I have already implemented the scenario that i am looking for in OpenGL by
setting the glUseProgram(0) to glUseProgram(whichShader).

And i wanted to implement the same scenario in OSG. None of the example that
accompany the repository have implemented
the scenario that i m looking for except a discussion in the mailing list.

One of it was forwarded to you in the previous mail since among many other
suggested methods yours one to be the better one considering the fact that
you described the cons of the others.



Regards
Sajjad

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From: Robert Osfield robert.osfi...@gmail.com
Date: Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 10:34 AM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: shader implementation - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hi Sajjad,

This is almost certainly more complicated than you need.  As I said I
not have to time to nurse maid you through learning about shaders.
The OSG has a number of places where it use shaders in its
implementation, and number of examples as well.

Robert.

On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 8:32 AM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello Robert,

 After going through  the archives i have found that it has already
discussed
 the issue that is not present yet within the API.

 Something like SwitchStateSet.

 But you did have pave a way to get that done. I am not sure if anyone has
 done that and updated the repository.Your recommendation is as follows:


'

 Re: [osg-users] Rendering the scene multiple times with different shaders.

 Robert Osfield
 Thu, 22 May 2008 08:10:39 -0700

 Hi Stephane,

 On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 4:02 PM, Stephane Lamoliatte
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Robert, don't you think this feature could be done by some kind of custom
 osgFX::Effect node ?


 You could probably write a custom node that overrides the cull
 callback and post processes/rebuild the StateGraph it's generated.  I
 don't think this is an example of a osgFX::Effect though, such as
 class might belong in osgFX though.


 It might still be most efficient to tailor CullVisitor to do the
 remapping of the StateSet, such as by tweaking the pushStateSet
 method, that currently looks like:

 inline void pushStateSet(const osg::StateSet* ss)

 {
 _currentStateGraph = _currentStateGraph-find_or_insert(ss);
 if (_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails==0 
 ss-useRenderBinDetails()  !ss-getBinName().empty())

 {
 _currentRenderBin =
 _currentRenderBin-find_or_insert(ss-getBinNumber(),ss-getBinName());
 }
 if
 (ss-getRenderBinMode()==osg::StateSet::OVERRIDE_RENDERBIN_DETAILS)

 {
 ++_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails;
 }
 }

 One could possible add a check against an internal map of StateSet
 inside this function.  The only draw back to adding this into

 CullVisitor is that it'd add an extra bool check to see if one needed
 to do the look up.  i.e.


 inline void pushStateSet(const osg::StateSet* ss)
 {
 if (_doStateSetSubstituion)

 {
  StateSetMap::iterator itr =
 _statesetSubsitutionMap.find(ss);
  if (itr!=  _statesetSubsitutionMap.end()) ss =
 itr-second.get();
 }
 _currentStateGraph = _currentStateGraph-find_or_insert(ss);

 if (_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails==0 
 ss-useRenderBinDetails()  !ss-getBinName().empty())
 {
 _currentRenderBin =
 _currentRenderBin-find_or_insert(ss-getBinNumber(),ss-getBinName());

 }
 if
 (ss-getRenderBinMode()==osg::StateSet::OVERRIDE_RENDERBIN_DETAILS)
 {
 ++_numberOfEncloseOverrideRenderBinDetails;
 }
 }


 The custom node would then populate the push and pop
 _statesetSubsitutionMap settings in its cull traversal.

 Feel free to experiment with such an implementation and it works out
 send it in to osg-submissions for consideration as

 part of the core OSG.

 Robert.




***''

 If i have understood that correctly you have suggested to to tailor the
 CullVisitor which means to make a subclass of CullVisitor like
 MyCullVisitor and override the functions that you have specified. Now i
want
 to get that implemented. And i need your suggestion on the items i have to
 cover more to understand and implement the scenario.

 First of all is there any example in OSG that implemented the CullVisitor
 concept. When i have have impelemented it how do i use that from the my
 createSceneGraph() function when i have the very same model that will be
 loaded with different shaders with user interaction.


 Regards
 Sajjad

 -- Forwarded message --
 From: Robert Osfield robert.osfi

[osg-users] Fwd: shader implementation - newbie

2009-04-26 Thread ami guru
Hello Robert,

After going through several source code regarding shaders, i think  that
using seperate program for different type of shader is a better
choice.

In that case i am creating a vector of osg::Program initially, and
attaching the shaders corresponding to the programs.

Now with user input i am trying to enable a particular program . In OpenGL
there is a command named

glUseProgram(id);

To enable the program which we can link and validate later. It is like
toggling between different program object.


In OSG i think we have to toggle between StateSet.


Can you suggest any example with in OSG that does that state changes in an
interactive way?



Regards
Sajjad

-- Forwarded message --
From: ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com
Date: Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 7:30 AM
Subject: Fwd: [osg-users] shader implementation - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hello Robert,

Thanks for the feedback.

I am trying to design the interface as follows:

if(userEvent == Toon Shader)
{
   //adding the corresponding shader to  the program for the StateSet of the
model
}
else if(userEvent == Gooch Shader)
{
   //adding the corresponding shader to  the program for the StateSet of the
model
}


Now If the user select the Toon Shader several times at several instances
the very same shader will be added several times.

I was thinking about loading all the shaders that i want to incorporate
within in my application during the class's constructor and make the
particular shader active during user selection .

Is there any way within OSG to activate a particular shader while
deactivating the rest of them?


I have one model in my scene that i want to apply different shader on it.



Regards
Sajjad







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From: Robert Osfield robert.osfi...@gmail.com
Date: Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 10:43 AM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] shader implementation - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


HI Sajjad,

osg::Program has have a list of shaders, think of shaders like .cpp's
that go together to make a C++ program.  You can have just the main or
a whole series of separate files.  The osg::Program is what tells the
OSG/OpenGL what shaders should linked together to make the final
program downloaded to the GPU.

Now if you want different compositions of shaders at different points
in your scene graphs then you'll need to link them together with
separate osg::Program, or use a single osg::Program and uniforms to
option select different paths in the shaders.

Robert.

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:54 AM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello forum,

 I am trying to implement some of  the shaders in a single OSG application.
 At  the same time i was going through the osgshaders example and if i have
 understood that correctly,
 i saw that the example has separate osg::program for different shaders

 I was wondering if it is possible to have one single program to manage all
 the shaders. I think osg::Program
 contains a vector of shaders.

 Is that possible to store different shaders by different name and load
that
 according to  the user selection;
 delete previous shader and load the currently selected one.


 Or separate osg::program for different shader example is best approach.

 I am considering different design issue here.

 Any opinion regarding that will be helpful.


 Thanks
 Sajjad

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[osg-users] shader implementation - newbie

2009-04-25 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

I am trying to implement some of  the shaders in a single OSG application.
At  the same time i was going through the osgshaders example and if i have
understood that correctly,
i saw that the example has separate osg::program for different shaders

I was wondering if it is possible to have one single program to manage all
the shaders. I think osg::Program
contains a vector of shaders.

Is that possible to store different shaders by different name and load that
according to  the user selection;
delete previous shader and load the currently selected one.


Or separate osg::program for different shader example is best approach.

I am considering different design issue here.

Any opinion regarding that will be helpful.


Thanks
Sajjad
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[osg-users] Keyboard or mouse handler from Qt

2009-04-25 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


I am using the Qt's GUI framework to interact with the osg scene.

i am using AdapterWidget and i would like to capture the GUI events from the
Qt and pass that

to  the OSG's key-board handler.

in the AdapterWidget.cpp there is a function :


*'
void AdapterWidget::keyPressEvent( QKeyEvent* event )
{

  _gw-getEventQueue()-keyPress( (osgGA::GUIEventAdapter::KeySymbol)
*(event-text().toAscii().data() ) );

}

**


And i have my own keyboard handler class that is the subclass of
osgGA::GUIEventHandler

and i have over-ridden the handle( ) function to capture keyboard events and
act acccodingly.


I do not undestand how map the above 2 together so that the event triggered
from Qt will be caught by my keyboard handler.


Any hint?


Regards
Sajjad
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[osg-users] Fwd: shader implementation - newbie

2009-04-25 Thread ami guru
Hello Robert,

Thanks for the feedback.

I am trying to design the interface as follows:

if(userEvent == Toon Shader)
{
   //adding the corresponding shader to  the program for the StateSet of the
model
}
else if(userEvent == Gooch Shader)
{
   //adding the corresponding shader to  the program for the StateSet of the
model
}


Now If the user select the Toon Shader several times at several instances
the very same shader will be added several times.

I was thinking about loading all the shaders that i want to incorporate
within in my application during the class's constructor and make the
particular shader active during user selection .

Is there any way within OSG to activate a particular shader while
deactivating the rest of them?


I have one model in my scene that i want to apply different shader on it.



Regards
Sajjad






-- Forwarded message --
From: Robert Osfield robert.osfi...@gmail.com
Date: Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 10:43 AM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] shader implementation - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


HI Sajjad,

osg::Program has have a list of shaders, think of shaders like .cpp's
that go together to make a C++ program.  You can have just the main or
a whole series of separate files.  The osg::Program is what tells the
OSG/OpenGL what shaders should linked together to make the final
program downloaded to the GPU.

Now if you want different compositions of shaders at different points
in your scene graphs then you'll need to link them together with
separate osg::Program, or use a single osg::Program and uniforms to
option select different paths in the shaders.

Robert.

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:54 AM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello forum,

 I am trying to implement some of  the shaders in a single OSG application.
 At  the same time i was going through the osgshaders example and if i have
 understood that correctly,
 i saw that the example has separate osg::program for different shaders

 I was wondering if it is possible to have one single program to manage all
 the shaders. I think osg::Program
 contains a vector of shaders.

 Is that possible to store different shaders by different name and load
that
 according to  the user selection;
 delete previous shader and load the currently selected one.


 Or separate osg::program for different shader example is best approach.

 I am considering different design issue here.

 Any opinion regarding that will be helpful.


 Thanks
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Re: [osg-users] ray tracing using OSG

2009-04-14 Thread ami guru
Thanks for all  the feedback


I wondering if osgvolume is doing ray tracing and what is its type.


Did that framework follow any published paper?

Sajjad

On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 4:12 PM, Paul Melis p...@science.uva.nl wrote:

 ami guru wrote:

 Hello Forum,


 I was wondering if there is anyone have done ray tracing using OSG.

 I once made a very quick and dirty example that merely uses OSG's KD-tree
 support to do ray tracing.
 See this thread:

 http://lists.openscenegraph.org/pipermail/osg-users-openscenegraph.org/2008-July/014399.html

 Regards,
 Paul



 So far i have got from the forum Jean-Sébastien Guay did his Masters
 thesis
 on that domain and it would be really nice
 if he provide the link to the report, at least it would be a starting
 point for me.

 What do you think Jean?


 Regards
 Sajjad



 

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Re: [osg-users] ray tracing using OSG

2009-04-12 Thread ami guru
Hello Charles,


It would be nice if you can provide me the links of reference that you have
preserved about ray tracing

or anything related to  that field that will help to get started.


I have going through the ground up 

Scanline conversion and then the usual Ray Tracing

Want to do that using the GPU and the OSG framework.


Any of your suggestion would be a great help i believe


Thanks
Sajjad

On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 10:53 PM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello Adrian


 I am afraid that i will be getting into off-topic now, so you can mail me
 at dosto.wa...@gmail.com

 I tried as follows:

 cmake -i .

 and got the following error:


 ***
 saj...@sajjad:~/downloads/RayTracer/RayTracer$ cmake -i .
 Would you like to see advanced options? [No]:y
 Please wait while cmake processes CMakeLists.txt files

 CMake Error: The source directory /Users/PWD/dev/RayTracer does not
 exist.
 Specify --help for usage, or press the help button on the CMake GUI.


 *'


 I am not that into Cmake that is why most of the error output is not making
 much sense to me.


 Tried with my Own Make file but get error for the ply reader


 Sajjad



 On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 8:19 PM, Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 
 3dh...@gmail.com wrote:

 cmake -i . make
 ./RayTracer [model.osg]

 default model plane and cow.osg

 2009/4/11 Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 3dh...@gmail.com

 cmake -i . make
 ./RayTracer [model.osg]

 default model plane and cow.osg

 2009/4/11 Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 3dh...@gmail.com

 Well i don't know,  i just build my raytracer this morning on mac os/x
 with osg trunk. (svn )

 i will send the code and cmake file

 /adrian


 2009/4/11 ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com

 Thanks


 For the code skeleton, that will pave a way to get started i believe.
 Now i am going through  the following issues:

 Just updated the installation from the trunk to 2.9.3.

  i executed the make file to compile the code that you have sent and
 the following error showed up:


 **
 g++  -c kdTree.cpp
 g++  -c main.cpp
 g++  -c plymeshreader.cpp
 g++  -c sphereunitvecpool.cpp
 g++  -c TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp
 TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp: In member function ‘void
 TriangleNodeVisitor::processGeometry(osg::Geometry*)’:
 TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp:294: error: cannot declare variable ‘pif’ to be
 of abstract type ‘PrimitiveIndexWriter’
 TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp:79: note:   because the following virtual
 functions are pure within ‘PrimitiveIndexWriter’:
 /usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:134: note: virtual void
 osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const 
 osg::Vec2d*)
 /usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:135: note: virtual void
 osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const 
 osg::Vec3d*)
 /usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:136: note: virtual void
 osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const 
 osg::Vec4d*)
 make: *** [TriangleNodeVisitor.o] Error 1



 **


 I checked the code but i have not found any function with pure virtual
 as the message above said.

 Any hint to get around that issue?


 Regards
 Sajjad

 On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 7:54 PM, Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 
 3dh...@gmail.com wrote:

 :-) Once you have some questions,  i could answer them, the code is
 fast but not very fast :-) have also a look at ompf.org
 and search for arauna / bikker

 /adrian

 2009/4/11 Charles Cossé cco...@gmail.com

 Hi Sajjad,

 Attached I have tgz'd-up a file posted earlier (by Adrian Egli?) with
 his first cut at raytracing using a kd tree.   I saved all the links
 to the various posts/threads on this subject, also, which can share
 with you if interested.

 Charles

 On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 10:16 PM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  Hello Forum,
 
 
  I was wondering if there is anyone have done ray tracing using OSG.
 
 
  So far i have got from the forum Jean-Sébastien Guay did his
 Masters thesis
  on that domain and it would be really nice
  if he provide the link to the report, at least it would be a
 starting point
  for me.
 
  What do you think Jean?
 
 
  Regards
  Sajjad
 
 
 
 
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Re: [osg-users] OpenSceneGraph-2.8.1 release candidate one tagged

2009-04-12 Thread ami guru
compiled fine on Ubuntu 64 -bit (8.04) - dual core AMD 64-bit

osgviewer worked fine


Sajjad

On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 10:01 PM, Cedric Pinson morni...@plopbyte.netwrote:

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 Compile fine on gentoo 32 bits with gcc (Gentoo 4.3.2-r3 p1.6,
 pie-10.1.5) 4.3.2 dual core2
 Run osgviewer and all osgAnimation examples, everything seems fine

 Cheers,
 Cedric

 Robert Osfield wrote:
  On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 11:02 PM, Paul Martz
  pma...@skew-matrix.com wrote:
 
  Hi Robert -- The 2.8.1 tag builds and runs fine on WinXP VS8.
 
  The ChangeLog in the 2.8.1 tag appears to contain _all_ changes,
  even those made to svn head, not necessarily just to the branch,
  is that correct?
 
 
  Opps, looks like make ChangeLog script must not be perfected yet...
  it must have picked up on my svn/trunk checkout rather than the
  OSG-2.8 branch. I'll investigate and look to fix it then make a
  rc2.
 
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[osg-users] osgvertexprogram example

2009-04-11 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

The shader string in the vertex program example in the assembly code i
guess.

And it is not making much sense to me.

Is that possible to provide the high-level shader (GLSL) snippet and update
the patch?

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Re: [osg-users] ray tracing using OSG

2009-04-11 Thread ami guru
Thanks


For the code skeleton, that will pave a way to get started i believe. Now i
am going through  the following issues:

Just updated the installation from the trunk to 2.9.3.

 i executed the make file to compile the code that you have sent and the
following error showed up:


**
g++  -c kdTree.cpp
g++  -c main.cpp
g++  -c plymeshreader.cpp
g++  -c sphereunitvecpool.cpp
g++  -c TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp
TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp: In member function ‘void
TriangleNodeVisitor::processGeometry(osg::Geometry*)’:
TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp:294: error: cannot declare variable ‘pif’ to be of
abstract type ‘PrimitiveIndexWriter’
TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp:79: note:   because the following virtual functions
are pure within ‘PrimitiveIndexWriter’:
/usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:134: note: virtual void
osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const osg::Vec2d*)
/usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:135: note: virtual void
osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const osg::Vec3d*)
/usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:136: note: virtual void
osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const osg::Vec4d*)
make: *** [TriangleNodeVisitor.o] Error 1



**


I checked the code but i have not found any function with pure virtual as
the message above said.

Any hint to get around that issue?


Regards
Sajjad

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3dh...@gmail.com wrote:

 :-) Once you have some questions,  i could answer them, the code is fast
 but not very fast :-) have also a look at ompf.org
 and search for arauna / bikker

 /adrian

 2009/4/11 Charles Cossé cco...@gmail.com

 Hi Sajjad,

 Attached I have tgz'd-up a file posted earlier (by Adrian Egli?) with
 his first cut at raytracing using a kd tree.   I saved all the links
 to the various posts/threads on this subject, also, which can share
 with you if interested.

 Charles

 On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 10:16 PM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com wrote:
  Hello Forum,
 
 
  I was wondering if there is anyone have done ray tracing using OSG.
 
 
  So far i have got from the forum Jean-Sébastien Guay did his Masters
 thesis
  on that domain and it would be really nice
  if he provide the link to the report, at least it would be a starting
 point
  for me.
 
  What do you think Jean?
 
 
  Regards
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Re: [osg-users] ray tracing using OSG

2009-04-11 Thread ami guru
Hello Adrian


I am afraid that i will be getting into off-topic now, so you can mail me at
dosto.wa...@gmail.com

I tried as follows:

cmake -i .

and got the following error:


***
saj...@sajjad:~/downloads/RayTracer/RayTracer$ cmake -i .
Would you like to see advanced options? [No]:y
Please wait while cmake processes CMakeLists.txt files

CMake Error: The source directory /Users/PWD/dev/RayTracer does not exist.
Specify --help for usage, or press the help button on the CMake GUI.


*'


I am not that into Cmake that is why most of the error output is not making
much sense to me.


Tried with my Own Make file but get error for the ply reader


Sajjad


On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 8:19 PM, Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 
3dh...@gmail.com wrote:

 cmake -i . make
 ./RayTracer [model.osg]

 default model plane and cow.osg

 2009/4/11 Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 3dh...@gmail.com

 cmake -i . make
 ./RayTracer [model.osg]

 default model plane and cow.osg

 2009/4/11 Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 3dh...@gmail.com

 Well i don't know,  i just build my raytracer this morning on mac os/x
 with osg trunk. (svn )

 i will send the code and cmake file

 /adrian


 2009/4/11 ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com

 Thanks


 For the code skeleton, that will pave a way to get started i believe.
 Now i am going through  the following issues:

 Just updated the installation from the trunk to 2.9.3.

  i executed the make file to compile the code that you have sent and the
 following error showed up:


 **
 g++  -c kdTree.cpp
 g++  -c main.cpp
 g++  -c plymeshreader.cpp
 g++  -c sphereunitvecpool.cpp
 g++  -c TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp
 TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp: In member function ‘void
 TriangleNodeVisitor::processGeometry(osg::Geometry*)’:
 TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp:294: error: cannot declare variable ‘pif’ to be
 of abstract type ‘PrimitiveIndexWriter’
 TriangleNodeVisitor.cpp:79: note:   because the following virtual
 functions are pure within ‘PrimitiveIndexWriter’:
 /usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:134: note: virtual void
 osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const osg::Vec2d*)
 /usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:135: note: virtual void
 osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const osg::Vec3d*)
 /usr/local/include/osg/PrimitiveSet:136: note: virtual void
 osg::PrimitiveIndexFunctor::setVertexArray(unsigned int, const osg::Vec4d*)
 make: *** [TriangleNodeVisitor.o] Error 1



 **


 I checked the code but i have not found any function with pure virtual
 as the message above said.

 Any hint to get around that issue?


 Regards
 Sajjad

 On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 7:54 PM, Adrian Egli OpenSceneGraph (3D) 
 3dh...@gmail.com wrote:

 :-) Once you have some questions,  i could answer them, the code is
 fast but not very fast :-) have also a look at ompf.org
 and search for arauna / bikker

 /adrian

 2009/4/11 Charles Cossé cco...@gmail.com

 Hi Sajjad,

 Attached I have tgz'd-up a file posted earlier (by Adrian Egli?) with
 his first cut at raytracing using a kd tree.   I saved all the links
 to the various posts/threads on this subject, also, which can share
 with you if interested.

 Charles

 On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 10:16 PM, ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com
 wrote:
  Hello Forum,
 
 
  I was wondering if there is anyone have done ray tracing using OSG.
 
 
  So far i have got from the forum Jean-Sébastien Guay did his Masters
 thesis
  on that domain and it would be really nice
  if he provide the link to the report, at least it would be a
 starting point
  for me.
 
  What do you think Jean?
 
 
  Regards
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[osg-users] ray tracing using OSG

2009-04-10 Thread ami guru
Hello Forum,


I was wondering if there is anyone have done ray tracing using OSG.


So far i have got from the forum Jean-Sébastien Guay did his Masters thesis
on that domain and it would be really nice
if he provide the link to the report, at least it would be a starting point
for me.

What do you think Jean?


Regards
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[osg-users] Light Manager

2009-04-09 Thread ami guru
Hello Forum,


I have a LightManager class that tracks the number of lights(OpenGL Lights)
that have been created.

Inside the class the have the following member


  osg::ref_ptrosg::Group  groupOfLights;
  vectorosg::ref_ptrosg::LightSourcelights;

the member groupOfLights contain the LightSource as child.


In the application i want to select different light (spot,point or diffuse)
with key press event and only one light is enabled during an instant OR i
may enable several lights.


In that case i believe that i have to do dynamic casting to cast Group to
Switch.

In other better way to do that ?



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Re: [osg-users] Light Manager

2009-04-09 Thread ami guru
Hello Brian,


I did not understand why down-casting is not possible.  Super class can be
downcasted to a concrete class through dynamic cast,
isnt it?


I am afraid that the discussion is getting a bit off -topic now.

Sajjad

On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 3:43 PM, Brian R Hill bhil...@csc.com wrote:

 Sajjad,

 You can't cast a group to a switch if it wasn't created as a switch.

 osg::ref_ptrosg::Group  groupOfLights;

 This will always fail and return 0.
 osg::Switch * your_switch = dynamic_castosg::Switch *(groupOfLights.get
 ());

 You need to create your groupOfLights as a switch.

 osg::ref_ptrosg::Switch  groupOfLights;

 Since a switch is a groud, you can use it as both a group and a switch.

 Also, using dynamic_cast isn't bad. There are situations where it might not
 be optimal. But for your intended use - key press events - it's absolutley
 acceptable.

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 Date: 04/09/2009 09:28AM
 Subject: Re: [osg-users] Light Manager

 Hi Sajjad,


 There are asType functions is osg::Node,
 this has better performance then dynamic_cast ...

 for example you can do:

 osg::ref_ptrosg::Switch switch = group-asSwitch();

 Now you are using a virtual table to get the right type:

 if the object is a Switch you will get the this-pointer of the Switch
 if it is not you will get 0.

 Usually there are always better ways then dynamic_cast, especially
 if you are the owner of the code.

 Good Luck,

 Rene




 2009/4/9 ami guru  dosto.wa...@gmail.com 

 Hello Forum,


 I have a LightManager class that tracks the number of lights(OpenGL Lights)
 that have been created.

 Inside the class the have the following member


  osg::ref_ptrosg::Group  groupOfLights;
  vectorosg::ref_ptrosg::LightSourcelights;

 the member groupOfLights contain the LightSource as child.


 In the application i want to select different light (spot,point or diffuse)
 with key press event and only one light is enabled during an instant OR i
 may enable several lights.


 In that case i believe that i have to do dynamic casting to cast Group to
 Switch.

 In other better way to do that ?



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Re: [osg-users] MatrixManipulator

2009-04-08 Thread ami guru
Hello J-S,


I have already tried that , but i am not getting the output that i am
looking for.

The snippet is as follows:


'''
  if (buttonMask == GUIEventAdapter::LEFT_MOUSE_BUTTON)
{
  // rotate camera.

  osg::Quat new_rotate;
  osg::Quat new_rotate1;

  new_rotate.makeRotate(dx / 3.0f, osg::Vec3(0.0f, 0.0f, 1.0f));
  new_rotate1.makeRotate(dy / 3.0f, osg::Vec3(1.0f, 0.0f, 0.0f));

  m_rotation = m_rotation * new_rotate   * new_rotate1 ;

  return true;

}



**'

I am wrong in the concept i believe .
Any hint to to do some trial and error ?



Regards
Sajjad


On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 3:04 PM, Jean-Sébastien Guay 
jean-sebastien.g...@cm-labs.com wrote:

 Hello Sajjad,

  I want to rotate the camera against X axis when the mouse is clicked and
 dragged vertically -  means against the X - axis. with very same left mouse
 click.
 Do i have to create another osg::Quat variable for that or use the
 existing one ?


 I'm confused - you have the code, why don't you experiment? You can change
 the manipulator to do whatever you want.

 Hint: you can multiply whatever quaternion you have by another one that
 rotates around the X axis by the y mouse input value you get. That will give
 you a compound rotation which is the combination of both rotations.

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[osg-users] Camera Manipulator

2009-04-07 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


I am going through the example osgimpostor to get the idea of how the
quaternion camera is implemented there.

The camera manipulator has been derived from the MatrixManipulator class and
one of the function that has been over-ridden is


setNode();


I would like to find out when that particular function is called and who is
calling that. I am definite that it is called, but could not find out
who is calling that(some function in another class probably ).


Any hint to find that out?


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[osg-users] Fwd: Camera Manipulator

2009-04-07 Thread ami guru
Thanks Jean, Alberto,


It did help.

I have some new issue related to the camera manipulator.

If you have tried the osgimpostor example you will notice that the camera
rotate against Z axis when we click the left mouse
and drag it left to right or vice versa.

I want to rotate the camera against X axis when the mouse is draged
vertically -  means against the X - axis. with very same left mouse click.
Do i have to create another osg::Quat variable for that or use the existing
one ?


Any suggestion on that .



Sajjad



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Date: Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 3:07 PM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] Camera Manipulator
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hello Sajjad,

 I would like to find out when that particular function is called and who is
 calling that. I am definite that it is called, but could not find out
 who is calling that(some function in another class probably ).


Basic debugging technique: Run the code in the debugger, put a breakpoint in
the method and when the breakpoint is hit, check the call stack.

Couldn't be simpler :-)

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[osg-users] Fwd: QT4 ViewerQOSG and Q_OBJECT

2009-04-04 Thread ami guru
Hello Roman,


I think i did something similar to what you did.


I designed a main window in the Qt Designer and i have created dialog as
well where the user can choose the model
and load it.

I did the whole thing by promoting the Adapter Widget



Regards
Sajjad

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Subject: Re: [osg-users] QT4 ViewerQOSG and Q_OBJECT
To: osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Thanx guys!
Now it works
Now I try to use QT wigets in osg fullscreen viewer
So I have a task: user select a model from model list in dialog - dialog
dissapear a user see model in fullscreen. If I try to use windowed mode all
works fine dialogs appears in front of osg widget but in fullscreen mode
they appear behind of osg widget and only messagebox popups.
If someone made this task please inform how do you make it to work out.
Thanx
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[osg-users] Fwd: QT4 ViewerQOSG and Q_OBJECT

2009-04-03 Thread ami guru
Hello Martin,

I have tried the way you have suggested i believe:


But ended up having error:



AdapterWidget.o: In function `AdapterWidget::AdapterWidget(QWidget*, char
const*, QGLWidget const*, QFlagsQt::WindowType)':
AdapterWidget.cpp:(.text+0x6c4): undefined reference to `vtable for
AdapterWidget'
AdapterWidget.cpp:(.text+0x6d1): undefined reference to `vtable for
AdapterWidget'
AdapterWidget.o: In function `AdapterWidget::AdapterWidget(QWidget*, char
const*, QGLWidget const*, QFlagsQt::WindowType)':
AdapterWidget.cpp:(.text+0x824): undefined reference to `vtable for
AdapterWidget'
AdapterWidget.cpp:(.text+0x831): undefined reference to `vtable for
AdapterWidget'
QTOSGMainWindow.o: In function `Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)':
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x229):
undefined reference to `VTT for ViewerQT'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x280):
undefined reference to `vtable for ViewerQT'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x28b):
undefined reference to `vtable for ViewerQT'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x293):
undefined reference to `vtable for ViewerQT'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x29e):
undefined reference to `vtable for ViewerQT'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x2ab):
undefined reference to `vtable for ViewerQT'
QTOSGMainWindow.o:QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x2b6):
more undefined references to `vtable for ViewerQT' follow
QTOSGMainWindow.o: In function `Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)':
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x80c):
undefined reference to `vtable for AdapterWidget'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x814):
undefined reference to `vtable for AdapterWidget'
QTOSGMainWindow.cpp:(.text._ZN13Ui_MainWindow7setupUiEP11QMainWindow[Ui_MainWindow::setupUi(QMainWindow*)]+0x840):
undefined reference to `VTT for ViewerQT'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [QtAdapter] Error 1



***



The functional version has the following format





class ViewerQT :  public osgViewer::Viewer, public AdapterWidget
{
public:

ViewerQT(QWidget * parent = 0, const char * name = 0, const
QGLWidget * shareWidget = 0, WindowFlags f = 0):
AdapterWidget( parent, name, shareWidget, f )
{
getCamera()-setViewport(new
osg::Viewport(0,0,width(),height()));
getCamera()-setProjectionMatrixAsPerspective(30.0f,
static_castdouble(width())/static_castdouble(height()), 1.0f, 1.0f);
.


   ..






#ifndef QTOSGMAINWINDOW_H
#define QTOSGMAINWINDOW_H

#include ui_MainWindow.h

class QTOSGMainWindow : public QMainWindow
{
Q_OBJECT

  public:

  QTOSGMainWindow(QWidget *parent = 0);

  ~QTOSGMainWindow();

  protected:


  private slots:

  void open();

  private:


  void loadFile(const QString fileName);

  osg::ref_ptrosg::Node createSceneGraph(osg::Node*);

  Ui::MainWindow ui;


  QString currFile;

};


#endif




***



Any Hint ?



Sajjad

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Subject: [osg-users] QT4 ViewerQOSG and Q_OBJECT
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Not a question so much as a note for the archives.

If you want ViewerQOSG to be able to handle signals it must have a Q_OBJECT
definition.
In order to do this the viewerQT example must swap the order of the
definition
to class ViewerQOSG : public QOSGWidget, public osgViewer::Viewer
The QT moc assumes that the parent class derived from QObject is first in
the list.

In addition QOSGWidget must not have a Q_OBJECT since you cannot inherit
from multiple Q_OBJECT defined classes.

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[osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie

2009-04-02 Thread ami guru
Hello Paul,


I have made the following changes, still having the same value:


***
int main()
{
//Creating the viewer
osgViewer::Viewer viewer ;


*viewer.setCameraManipulator(new osgGA::TrackballManipulator());*


//add some event handler
//to show the statistics
viewer.addEventHandler(new osgViewer::StatsHandler);


/*
  get camera related information

 */
osg::Vec3f eye;
osg::Vec3f dir;
osg::Vec3f up;

viewer.getCamera()-getViewMatrixAsLookAt(eye,dir,up);


cout  The eye  vector:   eye.x() eye.y()
eye.z()  endl;
cout  The look at position:   dir.x() dir.y()
dir.z()  endl;
cout  The up vector is:   up.x() up.y() up.z()
 endl;



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Subject: Fwd: [osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie
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Hello Paul,


I have the following snippet that deals with the viewer


**'
int main()
{
//Creating the viewer
osgViewer::Viewer viewer ;


//add some event handler
//to show the statistics
viewer.addEventHandler(new osgViewer::StatsHandler);


/*
  get camera related information

 */
osg::Vec3f eye;
osg::Vec3f dir;
osg::Vec3f up;

viewer.getCamera()-getViewMatrixAsLookAt(eye,dir,up);


cout  The eye  vector:   eye.x() eye.y()
eye.z()  endl;
cout  The look at position:   dir.x() dir.y()
dir.z()  endl;
cout  The up vector is:   up.x() up.y() up.z()
 endl;

//Creating the root node
osg::ref_ptrosg::Node root  = createSceneGraph();





'**


Could you provide some hint where the bug might be , at least  the way to
find it?


I want to implement a very simple scenario. A camera that moves along with
the key press event.

I already have that implemented in OpenGL program where i can roll, pitch
yaw and slide with user key press event.


I want to map that in the scene graph system.


I have the following information predefined

*n* = eye - look;
*u* = *up* * *n*;
*v* = *n* * *u*;


To move the camera in an ineractive way i have to have the access to there
values .


there is a function in the Camera Class called getViewMatrix() , i hope that
it is one to access these values.


Any more reference would be of great help.


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Date: 2009/4/2
Subject: Re: [osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


 The CameraManipulator (like TrackballManipulator, for example) determines
the default orientation. You can change this default by setting the up
vector in the TrackballManipulator. By default, the TrackballManipulator
uses positive Z up, so if your code is getting positive Y up, either you
have a bug or you are not using the TrackballManipulator or you have changed
its default.

The default view position is also determined by the CameraManipulator. The
TrackballManipulator, for example, has a home position that you can set. By
default, it considers the scene bounding volume and tries to position the
view so that the entire scene fits within a 50 degree FOV (I think it's 50,
not sure).

Paul Martz
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*Subject:* [osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie

Hello forum,


osgViewer , by default uses the world coordinate system that is oriented
with positive X to right , positive Z up, and positive Y into the screen.


Does that mean  the camera' s defualt position is at the origin looking down
into  the screen which is positive Y?


I have tried to extract  the vectors using the function

'
osg::Vec3f eye;
osg::Vec3f dir;
osg::Vec3f up;

viewer.getCamera()-getViewMatrixAsLookAt(eye,dir,up);


cout  The eye  vector:   eye.x() eye.y()
eye.z()  endl;
cout  The look at position:   dir.x() dir.y()
dir.z()  endl;
cout  The up vector is:   up.x() up.y() up.z()
 endl;





The eye  vector: 0 0 0
The look at position: 0 0 -1
The up vector is: 0 1 0


I was wondering if the up vector be Z axis instead


Regards
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[osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie

2009-04-01 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


osgViewer , by default uses the world coordinate system that is oriented
with positive X to right , positive Z up, and positive Y into the screen.


Does that mean  the camera' s defualt position is at the origin looking down
into  the screen which is positive Y?


I have tried to extract  the vectors using the function

'
osg::Vec3f eye;
osg::Vec3f dir;
osg::Vec3f up;

viewer.getCamera()-getViewMatrixAsLookAt(eye,dir,up);


cout  The eye  vector:   eye.x() eye.y()
eye.z()  endl;
cout  The look at position:   dir.x() dir.y()
dir.z()  endl;
cout  The up vector is:   up.x() up.y() up.z()
 endl;





The eye  vector: 0 0 0
The look at position: 0 0 -1
The up vector is: 0 1 0


I was wondering if the up vector be Z axis instead


Regards
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[osg-users] Fwd: default coordinate system and camera - newbie

2009-04-01 Thread ami guru
Hello Paul,


I have the following snippet that deals with the viewer


**'
int main()
{
//Creating the viewer
osgViewer::Viewer viewer ;


//add some event handler
//to show the statistics
viewer.addEventHandler(new osgViewer::StatsHandler);


/*
  get camera related information

 */
osg::Vec3f eye;
osg::Vec3f dir;
osg::Vec3f up;

viewer.getCamera()-getViewMatrixAsLookAt(eye,dir,up);


cout  The eye  vector:   eye.x() eye.y()
eye.z()  endl;
cout  The look at position:   dir.x() dir.y()
dir.z()  endl;
cout  The up vector is:   up.x() up.y() up.z()
 endl;

//Creating the root node
osg::ref_ptrosg::Node root  = createSceneGraph();





'**


Could you provide some hint where the bug might be , at least  the way to
find it?


I want to implement a very simple scenario. A camera that moves along with
the key press event.

I already have that implemented in OpenGL program where i can roll, pitch
yaw and slide with user key press event.


I want to map that in the scene graph system.


I have the following information predefined

*n* = eye - look;
*u* = *up* * *n*;
*v* = *n* * *u*;


To move the camera in an ineractive way i have to have the access to there
values .


there is a function in the Camera Class called getViewMatrix() , i hope that
it is one to access these values.


Any more reference would be of great help.


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From: Paul Martz pma...@skew-matrix.com
Date: 2009/4/2
Subject: Re: [osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


 The CameraManipulator (like TrackballManipulator, for example) determines
the default orientation. You can change this default by setting the up
vector in the TrackballManipulator. By default, the TrackballManipulator
uses positive Z up, so if your code is getting positive Y up, either you
have a bug or you are not using the TrackballManipulator or you have changed
its default.

The default view position is also determined by the CameraManipulator. The
TrackballManipulator, for example, has a home position that you can set. By
default, it considers the scene bounding volume and tries to position the
view so that the entire scene fits within a 50 degree FOV (I think it's 50,
not sure).

Paul Martz
*Skew Matrix Software LLC*
http://www.skew-matrix.com
+1 303 859 9466


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*Sent:* Wednesday, April 01, 2009 1:58 PM
*To:* OpenSceneGraph Users
*Subject:* [osg-users] default coordinate system and camera - newbie

Hello forum,


osgViewer , by default uses the world coordinate system that is oriented
with positive X to right , positive Z up, and positive Y into the screen.


Does that mean  the camera' s defualt position is at the origin looking down
into  the screen which is positive Y?


I have tried to extract  the vectors using the function

'
osg::Vec3f eye;
osg::Vec3f dir;
osg::Vec3f up;

viewer.getCamera()-getViewMatrixAsLookAt(eye,dir,up);


cout  The eye  vector:   eye.x() eye.y()
eye.z()  endl;
cout  The look at position:   dir.x() dir.y()
dir.z()  endl;
cout  The up vector is:   up.x() up.y() up.z()
 endl;





The eye  vector: 0 0 0
The look at position: 0 0 -1
The up vector is: 0 1 0


I was wondering if the up vector be Z axis instead


Regards
Sajjad


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[osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: CallBack issue

2009-03-28 Thread ami guru
Hello ulrich,


The following snippet may elaborate more:



**'
  //SET  THE data variance to dynamic to let OSG know that
  //we shall modify this node during update traversal
  mtLeft-setDataVariance(osg::Object::DYNAMIC);

  //set the update callback
  mtLeft-setUpdateCallback(new RotateCB);

  osg::Matrix m;
  m.makeTranslate(-6.0f,0.0f,0.0f);
  mtLeft-setMatrix(m);
  mtLeft-addChild(cow.get());


*'


On the above snippet we have made a translation after the callback. And that
one is appended to the one that has been called inside the RotateCB.


The code snippet has been taken from the starter guide.


Regards
Sajjad

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From: Ulrich Hertlein u.hertl...@sandbox.de
Date: Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 5:04 AM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] Fwd: CallBack issue
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hi Sajjad,

On 28/3/09 12:01 PM, ami guru wrote:

 With callbacks we dynamically modify the node during the update
 traversal.So any node that has already gone through some affine
 transformation will be replaced in the call backs, but not concatenated.

 On  the other hand if we specify any affine trnasformation after calling
 the callback, the last transformation will be concatenated to the one
 that have been assigned durng callbacks.

 And that happens to any type of dynamic transformation , not only with
 the affine one.


I'm not quite sure I follow you.  What you're describing has nothing to do
with the update traversal as such.

You're setting the transformation matrix of a certain node.  Naturally this
overwrites whatever was set before.

If you need a certain transformation (e.g. a scale) to be preserved then
either put it in a parent or child MatrixTransform or include it in the
calculated matrix.  Or decompose the existing matrix and re-assemble it with
the modified values.


Cheers,
/ulrich
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[osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: CallBack issue

2009-03-28 Thread ami guru
Hello Ulrich,

So you mean  that the setMatrix() function after  the callback is not making
any difference to  the scene.


But i get different scene when i toggle the matrix setup after the callback.

With setMatrix() after the callback i get two cows side by side and the left
one is rotating around z

Without setMatrix() after the callback i still do get two cows side by side
and the left one is rotating around z by the left ones head is cut by the
window view.

http://code.google.com/p/osgqsg/source/browse/trunk/Examples/Callback/CallbackMain.cpp


Sajjad

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From: Ulrich Hertlein u.hertl...@sandbox.de
Date: Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 12:26 PM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: CallBack issue
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hello Sajjad,

On 28/3/09 10:00 PM, ami guru wrote:

 The following snippet may elaborate more:

 **'
   mtLeft-setUpdateCallback(new RotateCB);

   osg::Matrix m;
   m.makeTranslate(-6.0f,0.0f,0.0f);
   mtLeft-setMatrix(m);

 *'

 On the above snippet we have made a translation after the callback. And
 that one is appended to the one that has been called inside the RotateCB.


First of all, the fact that you set a translation matrix is irrelevant.  The
callback (as you have posted in a previous mail) will always overwrite
whatever matrix you set during setup.

I understand the point you're trying to make.  What I'm saying is that when
you use MatrixTransform-setMatrix(m) you're loosing anything that has been
set before.  If you want to preserve that (i.e. the translation in your
example) you have to take care of that yourself.

From what I grok you're looking for a way to keep the translation part and
only change the rotation.  You could try to do something like:
 Matrix m = mt-getMatrix();
 m.setRotate(quat)
 mt-setMatrix(m);

Or use decompose(), change the rotation and re-assemble the matrix: scaling,
rotation, transform and all.

Or pass the translation to the update callback so that it can assemble and
set the proper transformation matrix.  Or split the translation and the
rotation into different MatrixTransforms.

Many roads lead to Rome.
matrixTransform-setMatrix(Matrix::makeRotate(...)) is not one of them. ;-)

Hope this helps,

/ulrich
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[osg-users] osgshadow not functional

2009-03-28 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


osgshadow is giving the following error:


*
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)





I am running on ubuntu with ATI X1600 that supports OpenGL 2.1.


What are things i have to look into to  get that working?


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[osg-users] Fwd: osgshadow not functional

2009-03-28 Thread ami guru
Thanks Gordon,

But right now it is out of means to get another system.


I have checked the extensions support of my card.


  GL_ARB_shadow


 GL_ARB_shadow_ambient





Are they not the one that osgshadow is using?


I hope to get some solution to get around that issue


Sajjad

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Subject: Re: [osg-users] osgshadow not functional
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 One thing to get it working would be to buy  a card they REALLY supports
OpenGL like an Nvidia Card…









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*Sent:* Saturday, March 28, 2009 4:40 PM
*To:* OpenSceneGraph Users
*Subject:* [osg-users] osgshadow not functional



Hello forum,


osgshadow is giving the following error:


*
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)
Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,)





I am running on ubuntu with ATI X1600 that supports OpenGL 2.1.


What are things i have to look into to  get that working?


Regards
Sajjad

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[osg-users] Trackball Functionality - The concept

2009-03-27 Thread ami guru
Hello Forum,

Could some one provide more reference to the trackball functionality

Is there any connection to  the

osgGA::TrackballManipulator* tbm = new osgGA::TrackballManipulator();


I did not find enough information on that and its usage. in the
osganimationmakepath i have commented that above line
but did not make any difference to  the entire scene


It would be of great help if some provide some link regarding that



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[osg-users] CallBack issue

2009-03-27 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


I am trying to rorate an object continuously through a call back. Before
calling the calback i am doing some affine transformation over that object
The final rendered the scaled down to a tiny object . In the callback
subclass i am overloading the () operator and i am performing the rotation,
not any
kind of scaling down.


**code**'
class RotateCB : public osg::NodeCallback
{
public:
  RotateCB() : m_angle(0) { }

  virtual void operator()(osg::Node *node,
  osg::NodeVisitor *nv)
  {
/*
  Normally, check to make sure that we have an update
  visitor, not necessary in this simple example
 */

osg::MatrixTransform * mtLeft =
dynamic_castosg::MatrixTransform*(node);
osg::Matrix mR;
mR.makeRotate(m_angle, osg::Vec3(0.0f,0.0f,1.0f));

mtLeft-setMatrix(mR);

//Increment the angle for the next from
m_angle += 0.01;


/*
  Continue traversing so  that OSG can process
  any other nodes with callbacks
 */
traverse(node,nv);
  }


.




  osg::ref_ptrosg::MatrixTransform teapotPos = new osg::MatrixTransform;
  osg::Matrix teapotTransMat;
  osg::Matrix teapotScaleMat;
  osg::Vec3f teapotTransVec = osg::Vec3f(5,2,-12);
  osg::Vec3f teapotScaleVec = osg::Vec3f(20.1f,20.1f,20.1f);
  teapotTransMat.makeTranslate(teapotTransVec);
  teapotScaleMat.makeScale(teapotScaleVec);

  teapotPos-setMatrix(teapotTransMat * teapotScaleMat);

  //SET  THE data variance to dynamic to let OSG know that
  //we shall modify this node during update traversal
  teapotPos-setDataVariance(osg::Object::DYNAMIC);


  //SET  THE update callback
  teapotPos-setUpdateCallback(new RotateCB);




...







*'



Any hint?


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[osg-users] Fwd: CallBack issue

2009-03-27 Thread ami guru
Thanks Paul and Ulrich


It works fine now.

I have some issue to discuss about Callbacks


With callbacks we dynamically modify the node during the update traversal.So
any node that has already gone through some affine transformation will be
replaced in the call backs, but not concatenated.


On  the other hand if we specify any affine trnasformation after calling the
callback, the last transformation will be concatenated to the one that have
been assigned durng callbacks.


And that happens to any type of dynamic transformation , not only with the
affine one.


Please correct me if i misunderstood the concept.



Regards
Sajjad

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Date: Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 12:24 AM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] CallBack issue
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Hello Ami,

On 28/3/09 8:50 AM, ami guru wrote:

   virtual void operator()(osg::Node *node,
   osg::NodeVisitor *nv)
   {
  osg::Matrix mR;
 mR.makeRotate(m_angle, osg::Vec3(0.0f,0.0f,1.0f));

 mtLeft-setMatrix(mR);
 ...

   osg::Vec3f teapotTransVec = osg::Vec3f(5,2,-12);
   osg::Vec3f teapotScaleVec = osg::Vec3f(20.1f,20.1f,20.1f);
   teapotTransMat.makeTranslate(teapotTransVec);
   teapotScaleMat.makeScale(teapotScaleVec);

   teapotPos-setMatrix(teapotTransMat * teapotScaleMat);


You're originally including a scaling transform in the Matrix.
The Callback operator replaces this with only a rotation matrix i.e. the
scaling part is lost hence the object looks smaller.

Cheers,
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[osg-users] osganimate

2009-03-26 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


I am going through the osg examples and i have an issue with one of the
following

osganimate


What is the expected output of that example? - It should be some kind of
animation


I used the following commands , but getting no animation except the
rendering of the base.


 osganimate --persp ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg


 osganimate --ortho ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg



 osganimate --object ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg


I must be missing something.


Any hint?


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[osg-users] Fwd: osganimate

2009-03-26 Thread ami guru
Thanks Cory,


I already have the path set as follows:



#OpenSceneGraph related flags
OPENSCENEGRAPH_PATH=/usr/local/share/OpenSceneGraph/bin
OSG_FILE_PATH=/home/sajjad/downloads/OpenSceneGraph/OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0
OSG_NOTIFY_LEVEL=NOTICE



export
PATH=$PATH:$ACG_PATH:$H3D_PATH:$H3DUTIL_INCLUDE_DIR:$HAPI_INCLUDE_DIR:$WM4_PATH:$OPENSCENEGRAPH_PATH:$OSG_FILE_PATH:$FTGL_PATH:


It just render the checkbox plane , but no animation

But not working.

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Date: 2009/3/26
Subject: Re: [osg-users] osganimate
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


 According to this page:

http://www.openscenegraph.org/projects/osg/wiki/Support/UserGuides/Examples
you need to have OSG_FILE_PATH set. Then osganimate --overlay should work.
It does for me.

Cory


ami guru wrote:

Hello forum,


I am going through the osg examples and i have an issue with one of the
following

osganimate


What is the expected output of that example? - It should be some kind of
animation


I used the following commands , but getting no animation except the
rendering of the base.


 osganimate --persp ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg


 osganimate --ortho ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg



 osganimate --object ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg


I must be missing something.


Any hint?


Regards
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[osg-users] Fwd: Fwd: osganimate

2009-03-26 Thread ami guru
Thanks Cory,

It works now. Had to separate the export command in another line.

Yes i am running Ubuntu

*Now

export
OSG_FILE_PATH=/home/sajjad/downloads/OpenSceneGraph/OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0


*


***Before***
export
PATH=$PATH:$ACG_PATH:$H3D_

PATH:$H3DUTIL_INCLUDE_DIR:$HAPI_INCLUDE_DIR:$WM4_PATH:$OPENSCENEGRAPH_PATH:$OSG_FILE_PATH:$FTGL_PATH:


All piled up together with the other file paths

***'**

Thanks for discussing that off-topic here

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Subject: Re: [osg-users] Fwd: osganimate
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 If you just type:
  osgviewer cessna.osg
or
  osgviewer glider.osg
do you see the cessna and the glider?

It sounds like the files aren't being loaded for some reason. That would
suggest either a permissions issue with the OSG_FILE_PATH directory, or
perhaps you don't have all the OSG modules available. Did you also make the
LD_LIBRARY_PATH change mentioned on that page (I'm assuming you are running
Unix).

When I run osganimate, I see the cessna and the glider circling above the
checkerboard.

Cory


ami guru wrote:

Thanks Cory,


I already have the path set as follows:



#OpenSceneGraph related flags
OPENSCENEGRAPH_PATH=/usr/local/share/OpenSceneGraph/bin
OSG_FILE_PATH=/home/sajjad/downloads/OpenSceneGraph/OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0
OSG_NOTIFY_LEVEL=NOTICE



export
PATH=$PATH:$ACG_PATH:$H3D_PATH:$H3DUTIL_INCLUDE_DIR:$HAPI_INCLUDE_DIR:$WM4_PATH:$OPENSCENEGRAPH_PATH:$OSG_FILE_PATH:$FTGL_PATH:


It just render the checkbox plane , but no animation

But not working.

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Date: 2009/3/26
Subject: Re: [osg-users] osganimate
To: OpenSceneGraph Users osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


According to this page:

http://www.openscenegraph.org/projects/osg/wiki/Support/UserGuides/Examples
you need to have OSG_FILE_PATH set. Then osganimate --overlay should work.
It does for me.

Cory


ami guru wrote:

 Hello forum,


I am going through the osg examples and i have an issue with one of the
following

osganimate


What is the expected output of that example? - It should be some kind of
animation


I used the following commands , but getting no animation except the
rendering of the base.


 osganimate --persp ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg


 osganimate --ortho ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg



 osganimate --object ../../../OpenSceneGraph-Data-2.6.0/glider.osg


I must be missing something.


Any hint?


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[osg-users] Fwd: generate height map using fractal

2009-03-25 Thread ami guru
Thanks Paul,


I tried to generate the terrain according to your suggestion, and it did
work for  incremental value multiplied with the value generated by the
fractals algorithm.

I was scaling the terrain that that is why the terrain looked so flat, so
rescale the normal hoping that the fractals will show up propertly. But the
same flat surface without the incremental value.




Regards
Sajjad



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Date: Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 11:27 PM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] generate height map using fractal
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 Wow. That article is like 13 years old. I think I wrote it with VC4 and
OpenGL 1.1.

As a debugging technique, try to separate the heightfield population
algorithm from the rendering issue. For example, try populating the
heightfield with an array of linearly increasing values and see if it
renders as you would expect. If it still renders wrong, then you know the
fractal algorithm isn't to blame and the problem is probably with how you
are using OSG. As a result, you'll have a much simpler example to post here.

I'd also suggest using Geometry instead of some other Drawable, as Geometry
is more flexible (you can run them through the Simplifier, for example).

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Hello forum,

I have been using the Paul's article about generating terrain using fractals

http://gameprogrammer.com/fractal.html


I am populating the values in the osg height map structure.


But The rendering is giving me a flat surface.


I hope that Paul sees that as well.



  osg::ref_ptrosg::Geode myTerrain = new osg::Geode;

  //Now load the terrain

  /*
  osg::ref_ptrosg::Node terrainNode (osgDB::readNodeFile(Terrain2.3ds));
  terrainScaleMat-addChild(terrainNode.get());
  */

  //generate the 2D fractal
  float *heightData = alloc2DFractArray(512);


  //Define some constants for the fractal terrain
  static const float DEF_HEIGHT_SCALE = 0.1f;
  static float TILING_SURFACE = 3;
  int randomSeed = 1;
  float H = 0.3;
  float iteration = 10;


  fill2DFractArray (heightData,512, randomSeed,DEF_HEIGHT_SCALE,H);

  //using the height field
  osg::ref_ptrosg::HeightField heightMap = new osg::HeightField;

  //allocate the space for the height field
  heightMap-allocate(512,512);

  //populate the height map
  for(unsigned int i = 0; i  heightMap-getNumColumns();i++)
{
  for(unsigned int j = 0; j  heightMap-getNumRows();j++)
{
  int size = heightMap-getNumRows();
  heightMap-setHeight(i,j,heightData[(i*size)+j]);

  //std::cout  heightMap-getHeight(i,j)  std::endl;
}
}

  //now add the drawable to  the terain
  myTerrain-addDrawable(new osg::ShapeDrawable(heightMap.get()));








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[osg-users] generate height map using fractal

2009-03-22 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

I have been using the Paul's article about generating terrain using fractals

http://gameprogrammer.com/fractal.html


I am populating the values in the osg height map structure.


But The rendering is giving me a flat surface.


I hope that Paul sees that as well.



  osg::ref_ptrosg::Geode myTerrain = new osg::Geode;

  //Now load the terrain

  /*
  osg::ref_ptrosg::Node terrainNode (osgDB::readNodeFile(Terrain2.3ds));
  terrainScaleMat-addChild(terrainNode.get());
  */

  //generate the 2D fractal
  float *heightData = alloc2DFractArray(512);


  //Define some constants for the fractal terrain
  static const float DEF_HEIGHT_SCALE = 0.1f;
  static float TILING_SURFACE = 3;
  int randomSeed = 1;
  float H = 0.3;
  float iteration = 10;


  fill2DFractArray (heightData,512, randomSeed,DEF_HEIGHT_SCALE,H);

  //using the height field
  osg::ref_ptrosg::HeightField heightMap = new osg::HeightField;

  //allocate the space for the height field
  heightMap-allocate(512,512);

  //populate the height map
  for(unsigned int i = 0; i  heightMap-getNumColumns();i++)
{
  for(unsigned int j = 0; j  heightMap-getNumRows();j++)
{
  int size = heightMap-getNumRows();
  heightMap-setHeight(i,j,heightData[(i*size)+j]);

  //std::cout  heightMap-getHeight(i,j)  std::endl;
}
}

  //now add the drawable to  the terain
  myTerrain-addDrawable(new osg::ShapeDrawable(heightMap.get()));








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[osg-users] question about qt example

2009-03-19 Thread ami guru
Hello Ben,

I have the same question as well.

I personally using the AdapterWidget with Qt.

The only diffrence i found is that AdapterWidget is derived from GLWidget
and the other
from QWidget.


The former one is more concrete than the latter one i guess, GLwidget is
using the OpenGL framework.
Whereas the QWidget is using something that i did not understand much.


I even put seveeral cout statement to see which one is running by default.
But i did not get any output even though i think
that adapter widget is running if you run it without any flag. Did you
encounter that particular issue?
I wanted to see how the arguments are passed to the function concerned.

I hope that some one will put more light into  that matter.


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[osg-users] Fwd: creating widget for Qt

2009-03-19 Thread ami guru
Hello Ivan,


What is the difference betwen  the AdapterWidget and QOSGWidget.

I found one to be the subclass of GLWidget and the other is QWidget.

Which one is better ?

Any explanation?


Regards
Sajjad


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Date: 2009/3/19
Subject: Re: [osg-users] creating widget for Qt
To: osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


Hi Sajjad,
The warnigs are because I'm rendering in a QWidget out of the paint event.
These warnings doesn't appear if you render in a QGLWidget, but the
CompositeViewer framework with multiple OSG views in different widgets and
multi-threaded does no render properly (at least for me [Crying or Very sad]
)

Recently I moved to Qt 4.5.0 and I had a new problem with undesired repaint
event when the OSG widget lost the focus. For example when a modal dialog is
shown, my QWidget embbeding the osg::View is repainted with the background
color and the content are removed until the osg widget recovers the focus
and is repainted again.
I solved this problem using QWidget::setUpdatesEnabled(false) but still I
have the problem of the warnings.

I think is not the same situation than yours because you are extending from
AdapterWidget, but tell if you discover something ;)

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[osg-users] Fwd: OpenGL EXTENSION support

2009-03-19 Thread ami guru
Hello Robert,


Thanks for the hint.

But i did not understand the idea of Current OpenGL context

And the class that you specified requires a context id to instantiate
GL2Extensions object.

Any more reference into that matter would be of great help



Regards
Sajjad

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Subject: Re: [osg-users] OpenGL EXTENSION support
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HI Sajjad,

2009/3/18 ami guru dosto.wa...@gmail.com

 Is there any class or interface in OSG that can query and print out the
 supported extensions within the OpenGL driver ?


There isn't a single method that returns a list of all supported extensions,
but there are various methods for getting OpenGL function pointers and
checking whether a specific extension is supported.  See
include/osg/GLExtensions.

Please note you'll need to have a valid graphics context, and for the
extensions to be initialised before the functions will work as you can only
do OpenGL calls from a thread with a valid graphics context.

If you have happy do debug work on your app, then enable the verbose debug
messages and this will output the lists of supported extensions for you.
set the env var OSG_NOTIFY_LEVEL to DEBUG.

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[osg-users] OpenGL EXTENSION support

2009-03-18 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

Is there any class or interface in OSG that can query and print out the
supported extensions within the OpenGL driver ?


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[osg-users] Fwd: creating widget for Qt

2009-03-17 Thread ami guru
Hello Ivan


i shall try to elaborate the way i implemented that and your feedback is
most welcome on that.


1. Separated the following files from the osgviewerQT example.

AdapterWidget.h
   AdapterWidget.cpp
   ViewerQT.h
And promoted the widget to the ViewerQT.h

Loading the widget in the mainwindow and can load different model.

And i did not recieve any warning so far.

Yo said that you are having that while paint event(),


Where are you exactly having that paint event() ?


Did you mean that in the AdapterWidget that is the subclass of GLWidget?


Regards
Sajjad

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Date: Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 1:04 PM
Subject: Fwd: [osg-users] creating widget for Qt
To: qt-inter...@trolltech.com


Hello Ivan


i shall try to elaborate the way i implemented that and your feedback is
most welcome on that.


1. Separated the following files from the osgviewerQT example.

AdapterWidget.h
   AdapterWidget.cpp
   ViewerQT.h
And promoted the widget to the ViewerQT.h

Loading the widget in the mainwindow and can load different model.

And i did not recieve any warning so far.

Yo said that you are having that while paint event(),


Where are you exactly having that paint event() ?


Did you mean that in the AdapterWidget that is the subclass of GLWidget?


Regards
Sajjad



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Date: Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 12:59 PM
Subject: Fwd: [osg-users] creating widget for Qt
To: qt-inter...@trolltech.com


Hello Ivan


i shall try to elaborate the way i implemented that and your feedback is
most welcome on that.


1. Separated the following files from the osgviewerQT example.

AdapterWidget.h


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Date: 2009/3/16
Subject: Re: [osg-users] creating widget for Qt
 To: osg-users@lists.openscenegraph.org


I don't use .pro files, but I have to include the OpenGL module because I
extend from QGLWidget.

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[osg-users] Fwd: creating widget for Qt

2009-03-16 Thread ami guru
Hello Ivan,

In the pro file do i have to include OpenGL module

or just the library linker for Openscenegraph will suffice


Regards
Sajjad

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Subject: Re: [osg-users] creating widget for Qt
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Hi Sajjad,

Personally I create the whole interface in Qt designer and leave the OSG
widget/s integration in the initialization code.

About the header file, I 've separated the code from the original OSG file
in my own files (.h and .cpp) As you can see in the Qt sample you have
different options to render OSG in a Qt widget.

This works for me except for some warnings because of rendering out of
QPainter events, but I will deal with this later :)

I hope this help you in some way,
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[osg-users] creating widget for Qt

2009-03-04 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

I would like to create a viewer widget for osg using the Qt designer.

To promote it i need the corresponding header file to that.

As  i see in the source you have the class declaration and definition in a
sigle .cpp file.

Do  i have  to separate them or the header file is located somewhere else
that i did not find.


Any hint?


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[osg-users] X3D content

2008-11-10 Thread ami guru
Does OSG has any support node to load X3D content?


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Re: [osg-users] Browser integration

2008-10-31 Thread ami guru
me four!!!

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  I'm interested too ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
  Thank you in advance.
 
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  Hi,
 
  I don't think it easy for me to translate the whole page into english in
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  short time. :) But I'm glad to share my project freely. I will send you
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  private mail later in order not to bother others.
 
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   if this is all code needed, it is quite simple. Very nice! Thank you
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   Unfortunately I do not understand enough to see if this would be
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   me. Maybe my interest motivates you to translate your wiki (at least
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   part of it) to english, I am sure other users could benefit from it as
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[osg-users] Shader issue

2008-10-19 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

I would like to load and apply different shaders(written in GLSL) to  the
same model with  the differet GUI events(may be keypress event).
I shall have also have the option of different light source type as
well(directional,point ,area) and their numbers.

The Geometry node will be same but the material will be changed i guess.

Any suggestion?


By the way does the site remain down during the weekends?

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[osg-users] StateSet - newbie

2008-10-15 Thread ami guru
Hello forum

Is there any difference between these following:

1. osg::ref_ptrosg::StateSet nodess3  = new
StateSet((myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet()));
2. osg::ref_ptrosg::StateSet
nodess3((myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet()));

The the second one works fine

and the first one gives error:

Game.cpp: In member function 'virtual osg::ref_ptrosg::Node
Game::createSceneGraph()':
Game.cpp:89: error: no matching function for call to
'osg::StateSet::StateSet(osg::StateSet*)'
/usr/local/include/osg/StateSet:54: note: candidates are:
osg::StateSet::StateSet(const osg::StateSet, const osg::CopyOp)
/usr/local/include/osg/StateSet:53: note:
osg::StateSet::StateSet()
make: *** [Game.o] Error 1
*
In both cases it is taking a pointer to a State to instantiate a new
StateSet

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Re: [osg-users] StateSet - newbie

2008-10-15 Thread ami guru
Thanks Joakim,

I believe that sharing the stateset will be required here

I am trying to attach a simple shader but sharing the stateset is not giving
me the result
that i am supposed to have


**
  ref_ptrGeode capsuleGeode = new Geode;
  ref_ptrCapsule capsuleShape = new Capsule(Vec3f(3,0,0),1,2);
  ref_ptrShapeDrawable capsuleDrawable = new
ShapeDrawable(capsuleShape.get());

  capsuleGeode-addDrawable(capsuleDrawable.get());

  ref_ptrStateSet capsuleState = capsuleGeode-getOrCreateStateSet();


  //create the shader parameters
  ref_ptrProgram capsuleProgramObject = new Program;

  ref_ptrShader capsuleVertexObject = new
Shader(*(Shader::readShaderFile(Shader::VERTEX,shaderSRC/gooch.vert)));
  ref_ptrShader capsuleFragmentObject = new
Shader(*(Shader::readShaderFile(Shader::FRAGMENT,shaderSRC/gooch.vert)));

  capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleVertexObject.get());
  capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleFragmentObject.get());


  //create a new stateset
  //with the default setting
  capsuleState-setAttribute(capsuleProgramObject.get());


  //Passing the uniform variable representing the texture to the shader
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(LightPosition,osg::Vec3(0,0,10)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(SurfaceColor,osg::Vec3(0.75,0.75,0.75)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(WarmColor,osg::Vec3(1,0,0)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(CoolColor,osg::Vec3(0,0,0.6)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseWarm,0.45f));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseCool, 0.45f));


  root-addChild(capsuleGeode.get());



Any hint?


Sajjad


On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 10:56 PM, Joakim Simonsson [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 On Wed, 15 Oct 2008 22:43:14 +0200, ami guru [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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  Hello forum

 Is there any difference between these following:

 1. osg::ref_ptrosg::StateSet nodess3  = new
 StateSet((myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet()));
 2. osg::ref_ptrosg::StateSet
 nodess3((myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet()));


 Yes they differ. But do you want to do? Copy the stateset?

 If you want to share the stateset (for example, edit myshapegeode3's
 stateset) do this:

 osg::ref_ptrosg::StateSet nodess3 = myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet();

 If you want to copy it, do this:

 osg::ref_ptrosg::StateSet nodess3 =

  myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet()-clone(osg::CopyOp::DEEP_COPY_ALL));


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Re: [osg-users] StateSet - newbie

2008-10-15 Thread ami guru
Hi Joakim,

Thats the error with the previous suggestion

*'
FRAGMENT glCompileShader  FAILED
FRAGMENT Shader  infolog:
Fragment shader failed to compile with the following errors:
ERROR: 0:19: 'gl_Vertex' : undeclared identifier
ERROR: 0:20: 'gl_Normal' : undeclared identifier
ERROR: 0:20: 'normalize' : no matching overloaded function found
ERROR: 0:20: '=' :  cannot convert from 'const float' to 'undefined
interpolation 3-component vector of float'
ERROR: 0:22: 'assign' :  l-value required ReflectVec (can't modify a
varying)
ERROR: 0:23: 'assign' :  l-value required ViewVec (can't modify a varying)
ERROR: 0:24: 'assign' :  l-value required NdotL (can't modify a varying)
ERROR: 0:25: 'gl_Position' : undeclared identifier
ERROR: 0:25: 'ftransform' : no matching overloaded function found
ERROR: 9 compilation errors.  No code generated.

glLinkProgram  FAILED
Program  infolog:
Fragment shader(s) were not successfully compiled before glLinkProgram() was
called.  Link failed.

Warning: detected OpenGL error 'invalid operation' after RenderBin::draw(,


'''

But works fine if i have the following instead...

ref_ptrStateSet nodess3 (myshapegeode3-getOrCreateStateSet());


Which is doing a copy , right?


Sajjad

On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 11:55 PM, Joakim Simonsson [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 On Wed, 15 Oct 2008 23:48:40 +0200, ami guru [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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   //create a new stateset
  //with the default setting
  capsuleState-setAttribute(capsuleProgramObject.get());


 Every thing look correct, but I am not sure about this line. Try this one
 instead:

 capsuleState-setAttributeAndModes(shaderNightDriving.get());


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Re: [osg-users] StateSet - newbie

2008-10-15 Thread ami guru
Hello Joakim,

It works fine now with little amendment mentioned in bold text
Are they conceptually ok  - the 2 lines in bold text?

**
  ref_ptrGeode capsuleGeode = new Geode;
  ref_ptrCapsule capsuleShape = new Capsule(Vec3f(3,0,0),1,2);
  ref_ptrShapeDrawable capsuleDrawable = new ShapeDrawable(capsuleShape.
get());

  capsuleGeode-addDrawable(capsuleDrawable.get());

  ref_ptrStateSet capsuleState = capsuleGeode-getOrCreateStateSet();


  //create the shader parameters
  ref_ptrProgram capsuleProgramObject = new Program;

 * ref_ptrShader capsuleVertexObject = new Shader(*(Shader::**
readShaderFile(Shader::VERTEX,**shaderSRC/gooch.vert)));
  ref_ptrShader capsuleFragmentObject = new Shader(*(Shader::**
readShaderFile(Shader::**FRAGMENT,shaderSRC/gooch.**vert)));
*
  capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleVertexObject.get());
  capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleFragmentObject.get());


  //create a new stateset
  //with the default setting
  capsuleState-setAttribute(capsuleProgramObject.get());


  //Passing the uniform variable representing the texture to the shader
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(LightPosition,osg::Vec3(0,0,10)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(SurfaceColor,osg::Vec3(0.75,0.75,0.75)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(WarmColor,osg::Vec3(1,0,0)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(CoolColor,osg::Vec3(0,0,0.6)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseWarm,0.45f));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseCool, 0.45f));


  root-addChild(capsuleGeode.get());



I replaced them with the following one

***
 ref_ptrGroup root = new Group();

  ref_ptrGeode capsuleGeode = new Geode;
  ref_ptrCapsule capsuleShape = new Capsule(Vec3f(3,0,0),1,2);
  ref_ptrShapeDrawable capsuleDrawable = new
ShapeDrawable(capsuleShape.get());

  capsuleGeode-addDrawable(capsuleDrawable.get());

  ref_ptrStateSet capsuleState = capsuleGeode-getOrCreateStateSet();


  //create the shader parameters
  ref_ptrProgram capsuleProgramObject = new Program;

*  ref_ptrShader capsuleVertexShader = new Shader(Shader::VERTEX);
  capsuleVertexShader-loadShaderSourceFromFile(shaderSRC/gooch.vert);
  ref_ptrShader capsuleFragmentShader = new Shader(Shader::FRAGMENT);
  capsuleFragmentShader-loadShaderSourceFromFile(shaderSRC/gooch.frag);
*
  capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleVertexShader.get());
  capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleFragmentShader.get());


  //create a new stateset
  //with the default setting
  capsuleState-setAttribute(capsuleProgramObject.get());


  //Passing the uniform variable representing the texture to the shader
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(LightPosition,osg::Vec3(0,0,10)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(SurfaceColor,osg::Vec3(0.75,0.75,0.75)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(WarmColor,osg::Vec3(1,0,0)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new
osg::Uniform(CoolColor,osg::Vec3(0,0,0.6)));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseWarm,0.45f));
  capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseCool, 0.45f));


  root-addChild(capsuleGeode.get());



***

Sajjad


On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 11:48 PM, ami guru [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Thanks Joakim,

 I believe that sharing the stateset will be required here

 I am trying to attach a simple shader but sharing the stateset is not
 giving me the result
 that i am supposed to have


 **
   ref_ptrGeode capsuleGeode = new Geode;
   ref_ptrCapsule capsuleShape = new Capsule(Vec3f(3,0,0),1,2);
   ref_ptrShapeDrawable capsuleDrawable = new
 ShapeDrawable(capsuleShape.get());

   capsuleGeode-addDrawable(capsuleDrawable.get());

   ref_ptrStateSet capsuleState = capsuleGeode-getOrCreateStateSet();


   //create the shader parameters
   ref_ptrProgram capsuleProgramObject = new Program;

   ref_ptrShader capsuleVertexObject = new
 Shader(*(Shader::readShaderFile(Shader::VERTEX,shaderSRC/gooch.vert)));
   ref_ptrShader capsuleFragmentObject = new
 Shader(*(Shader::readShaderFile(Shader::FRAGMENT,shaderSRC/gooch.vert)));

   capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleVertexObject.get());
   capsuleProgramObject-addShader(capsuleFragmentObject.get());


   //create a new stateset
   //with the default setting
   capsuleState-setAttribute(capsuleProgramObject.get());


   //Passing the uniform variable representing the texture to the shader
   capsuleState-addUniform(new
 osg::Uniform(LightPosition,osg::Vec3(0,0,10)));
   capsuleState-addUniform(new
 osg::Uniform(SurfaceColor,osg::Vec3(0.75,0.75,0.75)));
   capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(WarmColor,osg::Vec3(1,0,0)));
   capsuleState-addUniform(new
 osg::Uniform(CoolColor,osg::Vec3(0,0,0.6)));
   capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseWarm,0.45f));
   capsuleState-addUniform(new osg::Uniform(DiffuseCool, 0.45f));


   root-addChild(capsuleGeode.get

[osg-users] OpenSceneGraph - down the skin

2008-10-09 Thread ami guru
OpenSceneGraph has put quite a lot of abstraction over  the rendering
pipeline that have made the development process faster and efficient.

But sometimes it is nice to realize and understand the tips and tricks
behind it and there is no other way  than go down to  the source  code and
studying them.


I am attaching a pdf file that gives a brief overview of the scene graph
concept and i would like to know which files in the source
implement these( opengl commands specified in the attached file) down the
hood.


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Re: [osg-users] Reference frame

2008-09-10 Thread ami guru
Hello Hans,

The queries are the result of the going through the link that you have
sent.

Regards
Sajjad


On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 9:24 AM, Elbers, H.P. [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

  Hello Sajjad,

 You can find details on this, and much more good information in
 OpenSceneGraph Quick Start Guide, chapter : 2.3.3

 Go to 
 *http://www.skew-matrix.com/OSGQSG/index.html*http://www.skew-matrix.com/OSGQSG/index.html,
 follow the 'lulu.com' link. The guide can be downloaded for free. Paul
 Martz: thank you *VERY* much for this beautiful guide!

 Good luck,

 Hans.

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 *Sent:* woensdag 10 september 2008 4:59
 *To:* OpenSceneGraph Users
 *Subject:* [osg-users] Reference frame

  Hello Forum,


 OSG Transform allows to specify its reference frame and by default the
 reference frame is relative. and the other one is the absolute.
 And the two are specified by different code identifier.

 We can view transformation in 2 ways.

 1. relative to  the fixed coordinate system.
 2. Local movable coordinate system.

 There is no practical difference and just a matter of viewpoint.

 What is the purpose of OSG to specify them separately as follows:

 osg::Transform::RELATIVE_RF.

 Any example would be of great help!!!



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[osg-users] Utility functions

2008-09-09 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,


Are there any utility functions for drawing spheres, planes , boxes ,cubes
etc. within OSG's framework?



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[osg-users] Reference frame

2008-09-09 Thread ami guru
Hello Forum,


OSG Transform allows to specify its reference frame and by default the
reference frame is relative. and the other one is the absolute.
And the two are specified by different code identifier.

We can view transformation in 2 ways.

1. relative to  the fixed coordinate system.
2. Local movable coordinate system.

There is no practical difference and just a matter of viewpoint.

What is the purpose of OSG to specify them separately as follows:

osg::Transform::RELATIVE_RF.

Any example would be of great help!!!



Regards
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[osg-users] matrix concept - newbie

2008-08-25 Thread ami guru
Hello forum,

Quite new to this rendering system.

I would like to know which file does contain the mapping of the OSG
matrix(2D) to the OpenGL matrix(1D) in the Source?


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Re: [osg-users] matrix concept - newbie

2008-08-25 Thread ami guru
Hi

I am going the the quick starter guide and also  the Math Link in the
website where Robert and Don explained some issues related to matrix.

At some point it is specified that the pre-multiplication style matrix
operation are the opposite of  what we usually find in OpenGL
documentation.

I would like find out how it is happening.

As it says that OpenGL notation produces the same result because opengl's
post-multiplication notation with column-major matrices is
equivalent to osg's pre-multiplication style operators row-major matrices.


I would like to understand how and where is that equivalent.

It will be nice if you kindly locate me to them.


Regards
Sajjad




On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 5:56 PM, Gerrick Bivins [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

 Sounds like he is referring to how OpenGL stores the matrices, as a 1d
 array
 of 16 elements, while OSG stores them as a 2d array of 4x4.
 biv


 On 8/25/08 10:43 AM, Robert Osfield [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Hi Sajjad,
 
  The OSG only has 4x4 Matrix classes, OpenGL itself also just has 4x4
  matrices, save for some specific uniforms that have 4x3 matrices.
  There are no 2D or 1D matrices in either the OSG or OpenGL.
 
  Could you please explain what you are trying to achieve, then perhaps
  others will be able to point you in the right direction.
 
  Robert.
 
  On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 4:20 PM, ami guru [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hello forum,
 
  Quite new to this rendering system.
 
  I would like to know which file does contain the mapping of the OSG
  matrix(2D) to the OpenGL matrix(1D) in the Source?
 
 
  Regards
  Sajjad
 
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