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andy maddison

getting screen coords in a vertex shade

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Hi, what is the simplest way to get the screen coordinates of a world space vertex in a vertex shader? Once I''ve transformed my vertex and output oPos, do I then divide x and y by the w coord to get in the range (-1,-1) to (1,1)? And then do a bit of arithmetic to get (0,0) to (1,1). What I''m trying to do is generate texture coords based on screen position. It seems to be almost working. Andy.

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To get screen position:
Before shader: view * projection
In shader: vector(px,py,pz,1) * matrix

I have never actually checked what values it puts out. What you could try to check it, is set a color to the position as well and color the pixel accordingly. If it goes black to whatever, TL corner to BR then its 0.0 to 1.0. Drop the Z value though for coloring.

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