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  1. Hi guys Looking for resources on emulating the illumination and after glow of CRT oscilloscope displays, like on these old radar scopes. So far my google searches aren't returning anything useful. Any suggestions?
  2. Naruto-kun

    DX11 Old CRT Radar scope emulation

    Still not quite what I am looking for. If you look at those pictures I posted, you will notice that the sweep is pretty much white at its brightest, but fades off to green/yellow/chartreuse as it gets dimmer. I am looking for the actual physics involved in such CRT phosphor behaviour so I can create the gradient curve for the RGB values.
  3. Naruto-kun

    DX11 Old CRT Radar scope emulation

    Thanks but not quite what I am looking for . I already have my radar itself nailed down, but what I am looking for specifically is emulating the effects of an electron beam on a fluorescent surface. Specifically the fading afterglow that follows an electron beam's sweep.
  4. Resolved. UAV slot needs be >= number of RTVs
  5. Hi guys I am getting this very weird error on my OMSetRenderTargetsAndUnorderedAccessViews call. The UAV is a simple buffer 32 bytes in size containing 2 float4s, and the pixel shader using compiles fine. My OMSetRenderTargetsAndUnorderedAccessViews looks like this: devcon->OMSetRenderTargetsAndUnorderedAccessViews(1, &rtv, NULL, 0, 1, &pTFLIRUAV, uavos); D3D11 CORRUPTION: ID3D11DeviceContext::OMSetRenderTargetsAndUnorderedAccessViews: Fourth parameter out of range. [ MISCELLANEOUS CORRUPTION #16: CORRUPTED_PARAMETER4] Any ideas?
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    The best way to become fluent in any language (programming languages are no exception) is to use it.
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