david028 Posted March 17, 2016 Share Posted March 17, 2016 Hi I am learning to write shaders and I have noticed that there are a lot of different view spaces and it is not always easy to differentiate and test the output without the ability to rotate the object. It gets more complicated when spaces have to be combined such as bump mapping + environment mapping. For example, in the cell shading demo I notice that the spot light appears to stick to the object and I would want to know if this was because I am orbiting the light source or if it would remain static when I rotated the object alone. Is it possible to rotate the object without orbiting the camera on the CYOS site? Could this feature be added if not? http://www.babylonjs.com/cyos/ Wingnut 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

NasimiAsl Posted March 17, 2016 Share Posted March 17, 2016 hi use this 2d and 3d functions vec2 rotate_xy(vec2 pr1,vec2 pr2,float alpha) {vec2 pp2 = vec2( pr2.x - pr1.x, pr2.y - pr1.y );return vec2( pr1.x + pp2.x * cos(alpha*3.14159265/180.) - pp2.y * sin(alpha*3.14159265/180.),pr1.y + pp2.x * sin(alpha*3.14159265/180.) + pp2.y * cos(alpha*3.14159265/180.));} vec3 r_y(vec3 n, float a,vec3 c) {vec3 c1 = vec3( c.x, c.y, c.z );c1.x = c1.x;c1.y = c1.z;vec2 p = rotate_xy(vec2(c1.x,c1.y), vec2( n.x, n.z ), a);n.x = p.x;n.z = p.y;return n; } vec3 r_x(vec3 n, float a,vec3 c) {vec3 c1 = vec3( c.x, c.y, c.z );c1.x = c1.y;c1.y = c1.z;vec2 p = rotate_xy(vec2(c1.x,c1.y), vec2( n.y, n.z ), a);n.y = p.x;n.z = p.y;return n; } vec3 r_z(vec3 n, float a,vec3 c) { vec3 c1 = vec3( c.x, c.y, c.z );vec2 p = rotate_xy(vec2(c1.x,c1.y), vec2( n.x, n.y ), a);n.x = p.x;n.y = p.y;return n; } http://babylonjs.com/cyos/#NF2XL without normal http://babylonjs.com/cyos/#NF2XL#1 with normal rotate_xy( [ point 1] , [ point 2 ] , [ angle : deg] ) rotate point1 around point 2 r_x or r_y or r_z ( [vec3:point] , [angle: deg ] , [vec3: center] ) rotate point around center in x or y or z http://babylonjs.com/cyos/#NF2XL#2 * dont forget normal always need rotate in center point http://babylonjs.com/cyos/#NF2XL#3 Wingnut 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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