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When calculating the u,v offsets: u' = (height*scale + bias)*Ex + u = height*scale*Ex + bias*Ex + u = (height, 1, 1) dot (scale*Ex, bias*Ex, u) v' = (height*scale + bias)*Ey + v = height*scale*Ey + bias*Ey + v = (height, 1, 1) dot (scale*Ey, bias*Ey, v) What are scale, bias, Ex, Ey? (taken from http://www.opengl.org/discussion_boards/cgi_directory/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=011292;p=4)

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scale is a scaling factor to make the height value correlating with the actual height to displace the pixel.

bias is simply an extra bit of height to apply to every pixel.

Ex,Ey is the eye vectior in tangent space.

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How do I convert the eye vector to tangent space? Similar to how I convert the light normal to tangent space from the tangent, bitangent and normal (in the vertex shader that does normal mapping?)

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convert the eye vector to tangent space using the inverse of the TBN (Tangent, Binormal, Normal) matrix, made up of these three vectors. In fact its inverse will be equal to its transpose, since it is a rotation matrix.

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