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Translate an arcball camera upwards or left-right

This problem is giving me a really hard time. I'm always looking at the origin and have a camera that moves around it in an arcball mode. That part works beautifully: I'm calculating the camera ...
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How to rotate camera in CAD package application

I can rotate camera to change the view for the first person. But as I am working on a camera object for a cad package this isn't a first person or walk-through. I am not sure how to rotate the camera ...
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How to match Blenders polynomial lens distortion model with GLSL?

I'm trying to re-implement Blenders (libmv) polynomial lens distortion model using shadertoy, in order to apply the lens distortion in another application ideally by generating a STMap for that. I ...
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Understanding of Camera Up Vector

Assume eye position e, gaze direction g, view-up vector t, right-handed base. As the graphs shows: $w=-\frac{g}{||g||}$ $u=\frac{t\times w}{||t\times w||}$ $v=w\times u$ I am really confused ...
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Compute emitted importance of a pinhole camera

In section 16.1.1 of Physically Based Rendering the authors describe how we can check, if a given ray $r$ corresponds to one starting from the film area. They implement this check such that it works ...
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Equation for camera projection

I am trying to find an equation for a camera projection. The goal is to map the point $P(P_x, P_y, P_z)$ from the world coordinates onto the window coordinates $Q(Q_x, Q_y)$. The eye of viewing is ...
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Deriving blur from real optical formulae

Looking at the Wikipedia page for Circle of Confusion, and at such posts as this one, I completely understand how to calculate the values for near, far, focal planes and hyperfocal distance. I am also ...
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Computing a lookAt matrix by passing a vec3 to a camera object

I am following this tutorial on how to implement a first person camera. So far I was able to implement the entire (C++) class in TypeScript and it works as it is supposed to. Problem What I was not ...
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Move a camera (orbiting camera) togheter with the Earth around the Sun

I modeled, Phong shaded and animated 2 spheres in a simple way to approximate in a naif way the solar system (with Earth and Sun alone). There is the Sun at the center and the Earth that goes around ...
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Correctness or otherwise of the procedure for generating an orbiting camera in WebGl

I have to create a orbiting camera. I created the model of sun (a sphere) around (0,0,0) , triangulated and Phong shaded it. I would have a camera that goes around the sun thus an orbiting camera and ...
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How to rotate a camera?

So I am doing a simple FPS camera with openGL. I store the camera as 4 vector, a position vector, a lookAt vector, an up vector and a right vector. When the user presses a key, I create a rotation ...
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Creating depth map from a 2-D image?

My question is oriented towards the generation of depth map using any of the state of the art depth sensor. However, each of these method required the presence of an 3-D object in front of the sensor....
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How does cell phone display image or video even before you start to capture?

When a cell phone is used to take a photo or capture video the display continuously displays what a camera can see, does that mean the ccd/cmos device is exposed to light continuously? or is it ...
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How to calculate camera distance so that after projective transformation a quad is filling the whole screen

First of all, I'm using OpenGL and GLM. Now, I have a square perpendicular to the z-axis and centered around it. Let's say that it has Z-value (offset along the Z-axis) X. Now, I want to set up a ...
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Please, help me to understand why my raytracing camera rotates in wrong directions?

I'm trying to build a raytracer and I use this article on how to build camera system. The problem is that when, after calculating ray direction in camera space, I multiply it by camera-to-world ...
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How to get camera Right vector when Front vector and WorldUp vector are collinear

Get the title problem when implementing a walkthrough camera. I use normlize(cross(WorldUp, Front)) to get Right vector. And when they are collinear, I get a zero vector. Is there any more robust ...
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Render with camera perspective off-center

So ordinarily we have this But I'm after this! Is it possible to do this? Ideally by changing the projection matrix? The reasoning is kinda interesting - I am developing for mobile VR, and I have ...
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Calculate Camera parameters and HandEyeCalibration

I'm trying to calculate camera paramters and a hand eye calibration (Transformation from camera to eye (display) coordinates) for rendering on a see-through HMD. I have already calculated a ...
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Understanding camera() settings in Processing

I have trouble understanding the way a camera is set in Processing (according to the reference this shoudn't be very different from OpenGl). For starters, when I set the eye position of the camera I ...
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With OpenGL, is it correct to apply model transformation to rotate the camera?

Having taken a basic CG course, I remember that transformations are relative, so rotating the camera is identical to rotating the view in the opposite direction. Right now I want to implement camera ...
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Depth of Field in Path Tracing: What do I do with the secondary ray?

How can I implement Depth of Field in my Path Tracer? I have read this article which explains the theory behind everything & I already have a good understanding of what this effect needs to ...