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  1. Hello, I'm trying to get my Bullet physics debug working properly. And I am experiencing a problem while drawing wireframe - it gets drawn in a wrong place. It looks like the problem is purely of mathematical origin but I just don't know how to get around it. I've recorded a video showing the problem.   My guess is that it is related to the fact that I draw all the objects using VAO, but the wireframe drawLine function is umplemented using glBegin(GL_LINES)-glEnd.     Here is my draw function: void World::Draw() { glClearColor(0.1f,0.4f,0.9f,1.0f); glClear(GL_COLOR_BUFFER_BIT | GL_DEPTH_BUFFER_BIT); glm::mat4 VP =m_camera->GetViewProjection(); for(std::list<Object*>::iterator it = m_list.begin(), end =m_list.end(); it !=end; ++it) { glActiveTexture(GL_TEXTURE0); glBindTexture(GL_TEXTURE_2D, *(*it)->TextureIDPtr()); m_shader.Update((*it)->TransformMatrixPtr(),&VP); for(int k=0;k<(*it)->ModelPtr()->numMeshes;k++) { glBindVertexArray((*it)->ModelPtr()->Meshes[k].m_VAOID); glDrawElements(GL_TRIANGLES, (*it)->ModelPtr()->Meshes[k].m_drawCount, GL_UNSIGNED_INT, 0); } glBindVertexArray(0); } m_dynamicsWorld->debugDrawWorld(); } m_dynamicsWorld->debugDrawWorld() in it's turn calls the following function void bulletDebugDrawer::drawLine(const btVector3& from,const btVector3& to,const btVector3& color) { glBegin(GL_LINES); glColor3f(color.getX(), color.getY(), color.getZ()); glVertex3d(from.getX(), from.getY(), from.getZ()); glColor3f(color.getX(), color.getY(), color.getZ()); glVertex3d(to.getX(), to.getY(), to.getZ()); glEnd(); } So I would greatly appreciate any help or hint on how to fix this thing  
  2. LeeBrowm

    Rotating camera with mouse

    Never mind the text below, I found a solution to it - checking for multiple key presses in each update. Thanks to your help I managed to get it working correctly. Though I  have another question now. While I am rotating my camera with a mouse or move it with keys the picture on the screen really seems jittery, it doesn't feel smooth. I've tried recording it on a video (with glc) but the movement/ rotation on the video is smooth. Any idea what might cause this? Right now my loop looks like this void mainLoop(Display* disp, World * wrld){ m_previousTime = m_currentTime; m_currentTime =SDL_GetTicks(); m_dt=float(m_currentTime-m_previousTime); SDL_Event e; while(SDL_PollEvent(&e)){ if(e.type == SDL_QUIT){ disp->Close(); } if(e.type == SDL_KEYDOWN) { switch(e.key.keysym.sym) { case SDLK_ESCAPE: disp->Close(); case SDLK_w: *(wrld->CameraPtr()->PositionPtr())+=*(wrld->CameraPtr()->ForwardPtr())**(wrld->CameraPtr()->SpeedPtr())*m_dt; break; case SDLK_s: *(wrld->CameraPtr()->PositionPtr())-=*(wrld->CameraPtr()->ForwardPtr())**(wrld->CameraPtr()->SpeedPtr())*m_dt; break; case SDLK_a: *(wrld->CameraPtr()->PositionPtr())-=*(wrld->CameraPtr()->RightPtr())**(wrld->CameraPtr()->SpeedPtr())*m_dt; break; case SDLK_d: *(wrld->CameraPtr()->PositionPtr())+=*(wrld->CameraPtr()->RightPtr())**(wrld->CameraPtr()->SpeedPtr())*m_dt; break; } } if(e.type==SDL_MOUSEMOTION){ wrld->CameraPtr()->Rotate(-e.motion.xrel,-e.motion.yrel); } } wrld->Draw(); disp->Update(); }
  3. LeeBrowm

    Rotating camera with mouse

    Thank you, I will try that.
  4. LeeBrowm

    Rotating camera with mouse

    It doesn't actually do anything unless I move the mouse since it's called only if(e.type==SDL_MOUSEMOTION)
  5. Hello, I've decided implement camera rotation based on mouse input, but somewhere during the process it went wrong. Basically I tried following this tutorial: http://www.opengl-tutorial.org/beginners-tutorials/tutorial-6-keyboard-and-mouse/ Instead of working properly the programm actually rotates camera but in a very peculiar manner: no matter in what direction I move my mouse the image always moves in the same direction and then flips and so on. After doing the tutorial I ended up with something like this; void Camera::Rotate(Sint32 dx, Sint32 dy){ m_horizontalAngle+= mouseSpeed*float(width/2-dx); m_verticalAngle+=mouseSpeed*float(height/2-dy); m_forward.x = cosf(m_verticalAngle)*sinf(m_horizontalAngle); m_forward.y = sinf(m_verticalAngle); m_forward.z = cosf(m_verticalAngle)*cosf(m_horizontalAngle); m_right = glm::vec3(sinf(m_horizontalAngle-3.14f/2.0f),0,cosf(m_horizontalAngle-3.14f/2.0f)); m_up=glm::cross(m_right,m_forward); } The function itself is called from the main loop void mainLoop(Display* disp, World * wrld){ SDL_Event e; while(SDL_PollEvent(&e)){ if(e.type==SDL_MOUSEMOTION){ std::cout<<"("<<e.motion.xrel<<","<<e.motion.yrel<<")"<<std::endl; wrld->CameraPtr()->Rotate(e.motion.xrel,e.motion.yrel); } } wrld->Draw(); } wrld->Draw() is made this way void World::Draw(){ glClearColor(0.2f,0.3f,0.1f,1.0f); glClear(GL_COLOR_BUFFER_BIT | GL_DEPTH_BUFFER_BIT); glm::mat4 VP =m_camera->GetViewProjection(); for(unsigned int i =0; i<m_list.size();i++){ m_list[i]->TexturePtr()->Bind(0); m_shader.Update(*(m_list[i]->PositionPtr()),*(m_list[i]->RotationPtr()),*(m_list[i]->ScalePtr()),VP); m_list[i]->MeshPtr()->Draw(); } } m_camera->GetViewProjection() is the member of Camera class inline glm::mat4 GetViewProjection() const{ return m_perspective* glm::lookAt(m_position,m_position+m_forward,m_up); } m_shader.Update(..) is void Shader::Update(glm::vec3& position,glm::vec3& rotation, glm::vec3& scale, glm::mat4 viewProjection) { glm::mat4 posMatrix = glm::translate(position); glm::mat4 rotXMatrix = glm::rotate(rotation.x,glm::vec3(1,0,0)); glm::mat4 rotYMatrix = glm::rotate(rotation.y,glm::vec3(0,1,0)); glm::mat4 rotZMatrix = glm::rotate(rotation.z,glm::vec3(0,0,1)); glm::mat4 scaleMatrix = glm::scale(scale); glm::mat4 wmat = viewProjection* posMatrix * rotZMatrix * rotYMatrix * rotXMatrix * scaleMatrix; glUniformMatrix4fv(m_uniforms[TRANSFORM_U], 1, GL_FALSE,&wmat[0][0]); } Without the rotation part all the object display correctly and I can move in space using WASD keys.   I would greatly appreciate any help:)
  6. Thank you, HappyCoder, it fixed it, that was so stupid of me...
  7. Hello everyone, My question may seem pretty newbish for you but I just can't figure it out and it's really bothering me. So... Having little knowledge about OpenGL I wanted to find myself a tutorial and stumbled upon video series on youtube that was published about half a year ago (so it's fairly recent) and decided to just follow it. I am quite sure that the mentioned tutorial does not have the error I experience (it is shown that it works). I am using Code::Blocks and the system is Arch Linux x64, the computer has two video cards: 1) integrated Intel graphics card 2) nvidia Geforce GT 620M. There is this class Mesh in the tutorial   mesh.cpp #include "mesh.h" #include <vector> Mesh::Mesh(Vertex* vertices, unsigned int numVertices){ m_drawCount = numVertices; glGenVertexArrays(1,& m_vertexArrayObject); glBindVertexArray(m_vertexArrayObject); std::vector<glm::vec3> positions; std::vector<glm::vec2> texCoords; positions.reserve(numVertices); texCoords.reserve(numVertices); for(unsigned int i=0; i<numVertices;i++){ positions.push_back(*vertices[i].GetPos()); texCoords.push_back(*vertices[i].GetTexCoord()); } glGenBuffers(NUM_BUFFERS, m_vertexArrayBuffers); glBindBuffer(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER, m_vertexArrayBuffers[POSITION_VB]); glBufferData(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER,numVertices*sizeof(positions[0]), &positions[0],GL_STATIC_DRAW); glEnableVertexAttribArray(0); glVertexAttribPointer(0, 3, GL_FLOAT, GL_FALSE, 0, 0); glBindBuffer(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER, m_vertexArrayBuffers[TEXCOORD_VB]); glBufferData(GL_ARRAY_BUFFER,numVertices*sizeof(texCoords[0]), &texCoords[0],GL_STATIC_DRAW); glEnableVertexAttribArray(1); glVertexAttribPointer(0, 2, GL_FLOAT, GL_FALSE, 0, 0); glBindVertexArray(0); } Mesh::~Mesh(){ glDeleteVertexArrays(1,& m_vertexArrayObject); } void Mesh::Draw(){ glBindVertexArray(m_vertexArrayObject); glDrawArrays(GL_TRIANGLES, 0, m_drawCount); glBindVertexArray(0); } And I use it in my main.cpp #include <iostream> #include <GL/glew.h> #include "display.h" #include "shader.h" #include "mesh.h" #include "texture.h" #include "glm/glm.hpp" int main(){ Display display(800, 600, "OpenGL"); Vertex vertices[] = { Vertex(glm::vec3(-0.5, -0.5, 0), glm::vec2(0.0,0.0)), Vertex(glm::vec3(0, 0.5, 0), glm::vec2(0.5,1.0)), Vertex(glm::vec3(0.5, -0.5, 0), glm::vec2(1.0,0.0)),}; Mesh mesh(vertices, sizeof(vertices)/sizeof(vertices[0])); Shader shader("./res/basicShader"); Texture texture("./res/bricks.jpg"); while(!display.IsClosed()){ display.Clear(0.0f,0.15f,0.3f,1.0f); shader.Bind(); texture.Bind(0); mesh.Draw(); display.Update(); } return 0; } But when I run my app in the debug mode it shows me this   The line 42 is glDrawArrays(GL_TRIANGLES, 0, m_drawCount); from mesh.cpp   It is really confusing because ,as I've said, I just typed the whole code as it was done in the tutorial. Unfortunately I can not download the source code because it is not available for this part.   Can it be somehow connected with my hardware specifications?   I apologize beforehand if the answer is too simple and/or obvious. 
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