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Is there an algorithm to bold an outline font?

One of my friend got a pretty pretty Chinese hand-writing font. However, the font has no bold version, since it is handwritten. And I would like to help generate a...

Asked on 12/23/2021

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alternative to spherical harmonics to model radiance aproximation, optimized for real-time evaluation

I'm looking for a compact representation of radiance over the hemisphere that is also performant to evaluate in realtime (in a pixel shader). The purpose of it is to compress...

Asked on 12/14/2021

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Transfer the texture between two different sets of uv

Say I have a mesh with two sets of uvs. And I have a texture made for the first set of uvs. I would like to create a second texture...

Asked on 12/09/2021

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glutSolid* source code

I am trying to build a dedocohedron in OpenGL, and I know that there is a built-in function in GLUT for the purpose. I was wondering if there is a...

Asked on 11/22/2021 by tado-mi

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How to retrieve data from Compute Shader to CPU?

I want to retrieve data that has created by the compute shader but have no clue how it works. After researching a few forums and articles on how it should...

Asked on 11/15/2021 by Ethan Ma

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unwanted patterns in simplex noise

I want to create a "river biome" where there are rivers cutting to a flat land mass, to start I wrote a little js to generate a random height map...

Asked on 11/13/2021 by Sam Apostel

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Procedural generation of biological models

I was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of some research papers, or articles that describe a method for generating biological 3D models. I am drafting a...

Asked on 11/13/2021 by Daniel Cooke

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What method is used for baking grayscale curvature maps

I'm looking for a way to generate curvature maps like this: The map stores the Convexity and Concavity of each pixel as...

Asked on 11/10/2021 by Jummit

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Why are texture coordinates often called UVs?

Is there some historical reason texture coordinates are often called UVs? I get that vertex positions are x, y, z but even OpenGL has TEXTURE_WRAP_S and TEXTURE_WRAP_T and GLSL has...

Asked on 08/27/2021 by samanthaj

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Dynamic Ray-Triangle Intersection

I am working on a small simulation software which has a 3D Renderer that is using OpenGL. I render objects to the screen as triangle meshes. To be able to...

Asked on 08/27/2021 by cemklkn

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