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#Actual~Helgon

Posted 01 December 2012 - 12:31 PM

Just if someone else ever has this problem

In the previous solution i normalized the new vertices after computing them.

Right is it to also normalize the vertices you are calculating with

And it seems that it only works correct for spheres (GeoSpheres not included)

inVerts[0].PosL = normalize(inVerts[0].PosL);
inVerts[1].PosL = normalize(inVerts[1].PosL);
inVerts[2].PosL = normalize(inVerts[2].PosL);
// compute edge midpoints
m[0].PosL = 0.5f * (inVerts[0].PosL + inVerts[1].PosL);
m[1].PosL = 0.5f * (inVerts[1].PosL + inVerts[2].PosL);
m[2].PosL = 0.5f * (inVerts[2].PosL + inVerts[0].PosL);
m[0].PosL = normalize(m[0].PosL);
m[1].PosL = normalize(m[1].PosL);
m[2].PosL = normalize(m[2].PosL);


#1~Helgon

Posted 01 December 2012 - 12:30 PM

Just if someone else ever has this problem

In the previous solution i normalized the new vertices after computing them.

Right is it to also normalize the vertices you are calculating with

inVerts[0].PosL = normalize(inVerts[0].PosL);
inVerts[1].PosL = normalize(inVerts[1].PosL);
inVerts[2].PosL = normalize(inVerts[2].PosL);
// compute edge midpoints
m[0].PosL = 0.5f * (inVerts[0].PosL + inVerts[1].PosL);
m[1].PosL = 0.5f * (inVerts[1].PosL + inVerts[2].PosL);
m[2].PosL = 0.5f * (inVerts[2].PosL + inVerts[0].PosL);
m[0].PosL = normalize(m[0].PosL);
m[1].PosL = normalize(m[1].PosL);
m[2].PosL = normalize(m[2].PosL);


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