Questions tagged [webgl]

WebGL extends the capability of the HTML canvas element to allow it to render accelerated 3D graphics in any compatible web browser.

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Only show opaque objects behind transparent objects

I would like to make certain objects in my scene transparent, but only the parts visible to the camera when opaque. Currently, when I make objects transparent, I can see other transparent objects ...
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Can we use PhysX in WebGL?

I'm new to GL stuff (coming in via WebGL, with no direct OpenGL experience). Can we use PhysX with WebGL?
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Can I Implement Clustered Lighting with WebGL?

Do current WebGL capabilities allow to use Clustered Lighting? If not what is it missing to allow that? Basically WebGL uses GLES 2, so is that possible with GLES 2? I want to implement this one: ...
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What does these FXAA settings do?

I been looking for a way to do anti-aliasing with deferred rendering with WebGL as my target platform. WebGL does not support multisampled FBOs. I found FXAA implmentations such as this https://github....
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Rendering same vertex-array in different modes

here is my vertex array I am using: ...
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How to use 32 bit Integers for Element Indices in WebGL 1.0?

WebGL 1.0 specification does not allow to create 32-bit index buffers. Now I'm in trouble, I'm trying to render huge objects with 100 thousands to 1 million indices. In OpenGL this is no issue at all, ...
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Why does substracting -1 in shader fail for a float data type?

I am loading a texture in a WebGL fragment shader (GLSL version 1.00). This is my working code: ...
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Is it possible to store the plain buffer data in gltf files?

The GL Transmission Format comes along with a JSON styled main file which basicly describes the scene and binary files which contain the buffers. I'm currently writing a WebGL library and I need to ...
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How to load a model in .json in three.js

I need to load a model "somemodel.json" into my "movie.js".Can someone tell me where i am going wrong.I followed the steps given here. index.html ...
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What is an index buffer and how is it related to vertex buffers?

I have a vertex buffer like this: 0.0, 0.0, 1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.6, 1.0, 0.6, 0.5, 1.0 I have the following index buffer: ...
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gamma transform in webGLSL: when already done or yet to be done?

Color spaces issues are such a pain, especially when you create color data at the middle of the chain, and a pile of libs and apps separate this to the display... Here I only worry about gamma ...
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Bitpacking into buffers with webgl (shadertoy)

I'm working on a webgl pixel shader which is writing to a 16 bit floating point buffer (each color channel r,g,b,a is a 16 bit floating point number). I'm trying to figure out if there are any decent ...
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How much should I rely on Geometry shaders in WebGL?

Geometry shaders appear to have been introduced in 3.2, which makes me wonder how common 3.2-enabled cards are, including support for Geometry shaders within WebGL contexts. Will I be cutting out a ...
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Cost of parameter passing in webgl pixel shaders?

In a webgl pixel shader, all functions are inlined as i understand it, however you can have parameters that are marked as in versus being inout meaning that their value can change but the value won't ...
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Is it possible to create minimal glTF files with vertex and index buffers?

I am currently looking into glTF to use as a transfer format for my WebGL project. I already have the geometries I wish to render on my WebGL client available as preprocessed vertex and index buffers (...
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Drawing a cube a million times

I need to build terrain using one cube with dimensions 1x1x1, the coordinates are provided in a .txt file and there are about 11M triplets. The problem is that using my current code I can only draw ...
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WebGL Omnidirectional Shadow Mapping Issue

First of all, I want to say that I've read a lot of post about shadow mapping using depth maps and cubemaps and I understand how they work and also, I have working experience with them using OpenGL, ...
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Help me find out what this texture mapping technique is called

I'm in the process of making a tool that requires rendered texture to follow the contours of a piece of clothing. An example would be this website https://knyttan.com/editor/jumper-editor/. The effect ...
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Are there any gltf example datasets available? [closed]

I'm currently researching my options on effeciently exchanging data for a webgl application. I understand the gltf format is still being drafted but I need some example data to understand whether this ...
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Can I determine the pixel geometry programmatically?

Different screens can have different pixel geometry, so that the red, green and blue components are arranged in different patterns. Using sub-pixel rendering to give a higher apparent resolution is ...

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