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Dear All, I'm having problems getting Dot3 working properly in my Dx8 engine. Here are the steps I'm taking. For my object, I load the mesh, generate the normals with D3DXComputeNormals, then generate tangent space with nVidia's CreateBasisVectors. After this, for each object, I translate the light position into object space just as is done in the nVidia examples: D3DXVECTOR3 lighpos(LightPos[0],LightPos[i][1],LightPos[i][2]); D3DXVECTOR3 lightDirection; //in world space D3DXVec3Normalize(&lightDirection, &lighpos); D3DXMATRIX world2obj; D3DXMatrixInverse(&world2obj, 0, &matWorld); D3DXVECTOR3 lightDirectionInObjectSpace; D3DXVec3TransformNormal(&lightDirectionInObjectSpace, &lightDirection, &world2obj); lightDirectionInObjectSpace=-lightDirectionInObjectSpace; // shader math requires that the light direction vector points towards the light. cgshad->SetParamValue(lightindex[i],&lightDirectionInObjectSpace); Afterward, I then use these two cg shaders to perform the lighting calcuations: VertO Out; float4 position=In.pos; float3x3 objToTangentSpace; objToTangentSpace[0][0]=In.tex1.x; objToTangentSpace[1][0]=In.tex1.y; objToTangentSpace[2][0]=In.tex1.z; objToTangentSpace[0][1]=In.tex2.x; objToTangentSpace[1][1]=In.tex2.y; objToTangentSpace[2][1]=In.tex2.z; objToTangentSpace[0][2]=In.tex3.x; objToTangentSpace[1][2]=In.tex3.y; objToTangentSpace[2][2]=In.tex3.z; float3 lightpos=mul(objToTangentSpace,light1.xyz); Out.pos = mul(ModelViewMatrix,In.pos); Out.dif.x=light1.x; Out.dif.y=light1.y; Out.dif.z=light1.z; Out.tex = In.tex; Out.tex1= In.tex; Out.tex2= .5*lightpos+.5; return Out; Pix Out; float4 color=(tex2D(BaseTexture,In.tex)); float4 normal=2*tex2D(NormalTexture,In.tex1)-.5; float4 lightvec=2*In.tex2-.5; Out.dif = color*((dot(normal,lightvec)));//tex2D(BaseTexture, In.tex)+normal; return Out; The problem is, that the lighting just isn't right. I have a cube, and some sides of the cube that can't both be light at the same time are, and other problems of that nature. Can anyone give me a hand, or at least a hint? Thanks, Jesse [edited by - laeuchli on March 5, 2003 4:37:28 AM]

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