Questions tagged [glsl]

GLSL is the OpenGL shading language. Use this tag for questions which are specifically about shaders written in this language. For generic shader questions use [shader] instead.

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Indexing gl_TessLevelOuter[] with gl_InvocationID on a tessellation control shader

I'm using hardware tessellation to render a terrain mesh with variable LOD. I have this snippet on my tessellation control shader: ...
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Manually fetching 8 neighboring texels from 3D texture greatly decreases performance

I'm implementing manual interpolation between texels in a 3D texture to be able to discard some of them when needed. Compared to hardware interpolation, this process takes a lot of time. If I simply ...
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Circular pattern aliasing in voxel ray tracer

I am doing a voxel based raytracer. In other words, I first voxelize the scene using rasterization and I proceed to raytrace the volume in a 3D image to generate a final frame. Currently I noticed ...
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How to output a 32 floating value in a render buffer with fragment shader

I would like to downsample my depth buffer and my normals. For that, I take in input of my shader, the corresponding textures (depth, normal), and I write my new values in a multi render target. I ...
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Communication between vertex shader executions

Look at this vertex shader: ...
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Nearest depth upsampling

Nvidia in this article presented a way to upsample low res buffer to full res buffer called Nearest Depth Upsampling. This works by comparing four depth values from downsampled low res depth buffer ...
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GLSL broken access operator

I've been following a guide to learn OpenGL, and I'm now learning how to do post-processing. In particular, I'm trying to apply a blur to my rendering through the following kernel: $\frac{\begin{...
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Artifacts (numerical errors?) in rasterisation renderer

This might be not laser precision question but this issue appeared a long time ago when first trying to render some scene with 3D models in rasterisation renderer and apply some lighting, ...
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Implementation of the paper “unified texture management of arbitrary meshes”

I briefly read the paper and I think I got the basic idea of it. The paper doesn't really go into implementation details though so my question is mostly on that. In the paper, needed tiles are ...
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How to hide a part of a geometry dynamically using a shader in three.js

I have a very big geometry in three.js and I want to hide a section of that geometry along an axis (for example every vertex with a Z>N must be hidden). My idea is to create a custom shader in GLSL ...
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Convey screenspace bounding box of rendering result

Imagine I render to an FBO some arbitrary geometry. Geometry can be rendered via single or multiple draw calls. For the sake of the question, assume I know nothing about geometry or transformation ...
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How does a GLSL Sampler2D read a Vec2 UV coordinate to determine UV range

I am working with an atlas shader that steps through various sprite tiles within a single png atlas page to playback an animation with sampler2D. Looking at the shader code, I would expect to have to ...
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Understanding bad shadows with voxel ray tracing

I have a voxel raytracer that is generating some weird shadows and I want to understand what is the source of the problem. The image is voxelized, resulting in: I then generate Hard shadows from the ...
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glTexSubImage3D throws GL_INVALID_ENUMERATION on NVIDIA

I'm having problems when using the following statement on different GPUs: glTexSubImage3D(target, 0, 0, 0, 0, width, height, layers, format, type, NULL); on ...
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How Skia uses OpenGL backend?

Skia 2D's one notable backend in OpenGL, but how does it work under the hood to render? Say, we need to draw an anti-aliased circle. Does Skia: make a quad (using 2 triangles) and paint the circle ...
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GLSL can't calculate texture and reflection

I'm working on a universal shader, and have a function for calculating reflections and a function for textures. When I run the shader, it seems to give up and discard all fragments. The texture and ...
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Depth aware blur - Kawase

I am using this Kawase Blur, to apply blur onto my buffer. But I would like to apply this blur in an uniform way, no matter the distance of the objects from the camera. I guess that I need to use the ...
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Subdivision vertex normal interpolation

I'm using GLSL 4.0 to write a subdivision routine that divides the triangles on an object through a geometry shader. I'm not using barycentric co-ordinates but vector arithmetic to output the triangle ...
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Mathing gl_PerVertex declarations

Half a year ago the vulkan validation layer of matching the declaration of gl_PerVertex between shaders (e.g. vertex and geometry). Hence following pair of shaders now throws a validation error: <...
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Mimic shadertoy in WebGL

I was following this guide for drawing circles using shadertoy. Now I am trying to mimic the examples behaviour in WebGL. Here is a working shadertoy example I try to mimic. The code is not mine, see ...
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How to properly modify a ray in a raytracer to achieve camera rotation

I am trying to make a particular kind of raytracer, but there is some strange bug occurring when I attempt to rotate the camera. As you can see, there is some important distortion ocurring when the ...
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Multiple shader passes to the same texture?

o7 I am unable to find an answer to my question, because apparently it's not well enough defined to separate itself from a similar one. So I have to ask here. My problem is quite simple. I have ...