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Frustum vs Point

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Hi, I'm implementing a frustum culling algorithm in a vertex shader for OpenGL (using GLSL) and I have a problem with the equations (don't work as planned). Here's the algorithm : I have : -pos is the center of the aabb -l is the length of the aabb -Mp is a projection Matrix -Mm is a ModelView Matrix -pt = Mp * Mm * pos; (So it's the transformed position of the center) Pt is in the frustum if ALL the following assertions are wrong : - pt.x + l/2 < -pt.w; - pt.x - l/2 > pt.w; - pt.y + l/2 < -pt.w; - pt.y - l/2 > pt.w; - pt.z + l/2 < -pt.w; (Note : for directX, it's pt.z + l/2 < 0 ) - pt.z - l/2 > pt.w; But it's not working properly, some objects get culled even though they are still visible. Have I done something wrong ? Regards, B [Edited by - at0m on April 27, 2010 11:00:25 AM]

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