Thank you, kauna.As you say, I have to recalculate the texture coordinates for the model, such as the wall. Is it right?By the way, do you have some simple sample or demo for me to learn? You know i can't work it out just with your reply. Thank you.
You may draw your decals in a separate pass using alpha blending. Drawing the decals in the same time as the base texture sounds overly complicated.
Technically drawing a decal isn't that difficult. It involves a little bit of matrix and vector math. I won't go into the math details since that isn't my field of expertise.
Roughly, however, you'll need a matrix which defines x and y rotation and scale of decal and a position of course. With matrix vector multiplication using this decal matrix and all vertex positions of your model you'll be able to calculate the texture coordinates for each vertex in your scene.
Redrawing the model using these texture coordinates and the decal texture allows you to project any texture on the model. Remember to set the texture address mode to clamp and blending mode to alpha blending (for example).
Obvious optimization is to not draw the faces which are totally outside of the decal area. Also, the projected texture coordinates may be calculated in a vertex shader.
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