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Posted 04 May 2011 - 03:55 AM
Posted 04 May 2011 - 04:17 AM
Posted 04 May 2011 - 01:30 PM
Posted 04 May 2011 - 05:47 PM
Provided it's arranged in memory the way OpenGL expects (that is, the data occupies a contiguous block of 16 elements and the elements of each basis vector appear consecutively), you can upload the matrix directly using glLoadMatrix*() or glMultMatrix*().So if I setup a rotation matrix do you know if I can just apply it to my code with an opengl call? I was looking at glMultimatrix and it seems like that may work. Or would it be better to just compute the matrices and extract the vectors, then use them in my code as I was already intending?
Posted 08 May 2011 - 04:14 AM
Posted 10 May 2011 - 03:49 PM
public class BARenderer implements Renderer { private float[] mArbRotMatrix = new float[16]; private float[] mOrientMatrix = new float[16]; public static boolean moveLeft; public static boolean moveRight; public static boolean moveUp; public static boolean moveDown; private Context mContext; private F22 F22; private Ground Ground1; private Sky Sky1; private GL10 mGl; private int frame; private float pitch; private float yaw; private float roll; public BARenderer(Context context) { mContext = context; Init(); } public void Init() { mOrientMatrix[0] = 1; mOrientMatrix[1] = 0; mOrientMatrix[2] = 0; mOrientMatrix[3] = 0; mOrientMatrix[4] = 0; mOrientMatrix[5] = 1; mOrientMatrix[6] = 0; mOrientMatrix[7] = 0; mOrientMatrix[8] = 0; mOrientMatrix[9] = 0; mOrientMatrix[10] = 1; mOrientMatrix[11] = 0; mOrientMatrix[12] = 0; mOrientMatrix[13] = 0; mOrientMatrix[14] = 0; mOrientMatrix[15] = 1; pitch = 0; yaw = 0; roll = 0; } @Override public void onSurfaceCreated(GL10 gl, EGLConfig config) { mGl = gl; gl.glEnable(GL10.GL_TEXTURE_2D); //Enable Texture Mapping ( NEW ) gl.glShadeModel(GL10.GL_SMOOTH); //Enable Smooth Shading gl.glEnable(GL10.GL_BLEND); gl.glEnable(GL10.GL_DITHER); gl.glShadeModel(GL10.GL_SMOOTH); gl.glClearColor(0.0f, 0.0f, 0.0f, 0.5f); //Black Background gl.glClearDepthf(1.0f); //Depth Buffer Setup gl.glEnable(GL10.GL_DEPTH_TEST); //Enables Depth Testing gl.glDepthFunc(GL10.GL_LEQUAL); //The Type Of Depth Testing To Do gl.glEnable(GL10.GL_ALPHA_TEST); // Enable face culling. gl.glEnable(GL10.GL_CULL_FACE); gl.glHint(GL10.GL_PERSPECTIVE_CORRECTION_HINT, GL10.GL_FASTEST); } @Override public void onDrawFrame(GL10 gl) { if (gl == null) return; gl.glClear(GL10.GL_COLOR_BUFFER_BIT | GL10.GL_DEPTH_BUFFER_BIT); gl.glEnableClientState(GL10.GL_VERTEX_ARRAY); gl.glEnableClientState(GL10.GL_NORMAL_ARRAY); gl.glEnableClientState(GL10.GL_TEXTURE_COORD_ARRAY); // Replace the current matrix with the identity matrix gl.glLoadIdentity(); gl.glTranslatef(0, 0, -30); //Plane gl.glPushMatrix(); gl.glScalef(0.5f, 0.5f, 0.5f); if(F22 != null) F22.draw(mGl); gl.glPopMatrix(); gl.glPushMatrix(); gl.glMultMatrixf(mOrientMatrix, 0); //Ground gl.glPushMatrix(); gl.glTranslatef(0, -100, 0); if(Ground1 != null) Ground1.draw(mGl); gl.glPopMatrix(); //Sky gl.glPushMatrix(); gl.glTranslatef(0, -1000, 0); if(Sky1 != null) Sky1.draw(mGl); gl.glPopMatrix(); gl.glPopMatrix(); frame += 1; speedframe += speed; if (moveLeft){ roll += -0.1; } if (moveRight){ roll += 0.1; } if (moveUp){ pitch += 0.1; } if (moveDown){ pitch += -0.1; } setRotPitch(pitch, mOrientMatrix[0], mOrientMatrix[1], mOrientMatrix[2]); mOrientMatrix = mArbRotMatrix; setRotPitch(pitch, mOrientMatrix[8], mOrientMatrix[9], mOrientMatrix[10]); mOrientMatrix = mArbRotMatrix; } public void setRotPitch(double angle, double x, double y, double z) { double c = Math.cos(angle); double s = Math.sin(angle); double t = 1 - Math.cos(angle); mArbRotMatrix[0] = (float) ((t*x*x) + c); mArbRotMatrix[1] = (float) ((t*x*y) - (s*z)); mArbRotMatrix[2] = (float) ((t*x*y) + (s*y)); mArbRotMatrix[3] = 0; mArbRotMatrix[4] = (float) ((t*x*y) + (s*z)); mArbRotMatrix[5] = (float) ((t*y*y) + c); mArbRotMatrix[6] = (float) ((t*y*z) - (s*x)); mArbRotMatrix[7] = 0; mArbRotMatrix[8] = (float) ((t*x*z) - (s*y)); mArbRotMatrix[9] = (float) ((t*y*z) + (s*x)); mArbRotMatrix[10] = (float) ((t*z*z) + c); mArbRotMatrix[11] = 0; mArbRotMatrix[12] = 0; // x movement mArbRotMatrix[13] = 0; // y movement mArbRotMatrix[14] = 0; // z movement mArbRotMatrix[15] = 1; } }
Posted 17 May 2011 - 06:44 PM
Posted 19 May 2011 - 09:36 AM
I got it working now! There were two main problems with the code above. First the pitch/roll values were not needed to be added on every input. They should be =0.01f or =0 dependent on input. (not +=0.01f) The second problem was that I was making the mOrientMatrix = mArbRotMatrix, when I should have been multiplying them together. Though I had tried this, I finally realized that I had transposed my matrix multiplication, therefore getting incorrect values in return. Coupled with the first problem any time I tried a multiplied matrix I was getting very strange rotations. Once I fixed both of these everything fell into place. I actually ended up removing the two rotation on arbitrary axes, and used on combined matrix for rotation on x,y,z axes. I added a translation matrix and got that working as well. Finally I am able to fly around my world, even straight through the ground. I guess I am ready for some collision detection.
Thanks again for the pointing me in the right direction!
Posted 19 May 2011 - 10:23 AM
Posted 19 May 2011 - 02:14 PM
setmXYZrotMatrix(); //creates the rotation matrix mXYZrotmatrix dirx = mXYZrotMatrix[8]; //get the forward vector from the rotation matrix diry = mXYZrotMatrix[9]; dirz = mXYZrotMatrix[10]; setTransMatrix(speed, dirx, diry, dirz); //creates the translation matrix mTranslate matrix multMatrix4x4(mXYZrotMatrix, mTranslateMatrix, newRotMatrix2); //combine the rotation and translation matrices into one transform matrix (newRotMatrix2) multMatrix4x4(newRotMatrix, newRotMatrix2, newRotMatrix); //Apply the new transform to the current orientation
public void setTransMatrix(double dist, double x, double y, double z) { mTranslateMatrix[0] = 1; mTranslateMatrix[1] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[2] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[3] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[4] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[5] = 1; mTranslateMatrix[6] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[7] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[8] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[9] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[10] = 1; mTranslateMatrix[11] = 0; mTranslateMatrix[12] = (float) (mTranslateMatrix[12] + (x * dist)); mTranslateMatrix[13] = (float) (mTranslateMatrix[13] + (y * dist)); mTranslateMatrix[14] = (float) (mTranslateMatrix[14] + (z * dist)); mTranslateMatrix[15] = 1; } public void setmXYZrotMatrix() { double cA = Math.cos(pitch); double sA = Math.sin(pitch); double cB = Math.cos(yaw); double sB = Math.sin(yaw); double cC = Math.cos(roll); double sC = Math.sin(roll); mXYZrotMatrix[0] = (float) (cB*cC); mXYZrotMatrix[1] = (float) ((sA*sB*cC)+(cA*sC)); mXYZrotMatrix[2] = (float) ((-cA*sB*cC)+(sA*sC)); mXYZrotMatrix[3] = 0; mXYZrotMatrix[4] = (float) (-cB*sC); mXYZrotMatrix[5] = (float) ((-sA*sB*sC) + (cA*cC)); mXYZrotMatrix[6] = (float) ((cA*sB*sC)+(sA*cC)); mXYZrotMatrix[7] = 0; mXYZrotMatrix[8] = (float) sB; mXYZrotMatrix[9] = (float) (-sA*cB); mXYZrotMatrix[10] = (float) (cA*cB); mXYZrotMatrix[11] = 0; mXYZrotMatrix[12] = 0; mXYZrotMatrix[13] = 0; mXYZrotMatrix[14] = 0; mXYZrotMatrix[15] = 1; }
public void multMatrix4x4(float[] mat1, float[] mat2, float[] newMat) { newMat [0] = (mat1[0] * mat2[0]) + (mat1[1] * mat2[1]) + (mat1[2] * mat2[2]) + (mat1[3] * mat2[3]); newMat [1] = (mat1[0] * mat2[4]) + (mat1[1] * mat2[5]) + (mat1[2] * mat2[6]) + (mat1[3] * mat2[7]); newMat [2] = (mat1[0] * mat2[8]) + (mat1[1] * mat2[9]) + (mat1[2] * mat2[10]) + (mat1[3] * mat2[11]); newMat [3] = (mat1[0] * mat2[12]) + (mat1[1] * mat2[13]) + (mat1[2] * mat2[14]) + (mat1[3] * mat2[15]); newMat [4] = (mat1[4] * mat2[0]) + (mat1[5] * mat2[1]) + (mat1[6] * mat2[2]) + (mat1[7] * mat2[3]); newMat [5] = (mat1[4] * mat2[4]) + (mat1[5] * mat2[5]) + (mat1[6] * mat2[6]) + (mat1[7] * mat2[7]); newMat [6] = (mat1[4] * mat2[8]) + (mat1[5] * mat2[9]) + (mat1[6] * mat2[10]) + (mat1[7] * mat2[11]); newMat [7] = (mat1[4] * mat2[12]) + (mat1[5] * mat2[13]) + (mat1[6] * mat2[14]) + (mat1[7] * mat2[15]); newMat [8] = (mat1[8] * mat2[0]) + (mat1[9] * mat2[1]) + (mat1[10] * mat2[2]) + (mat1[11] * mat2[3]); newMat [9] = (mat1[8] * mat2[4]) + (mat1[9] * mat2[5]) + (mat1[10] * mat2[6]) + (mat1[11] * mat2[7]); newMat [10] = (mat1[8] * mat2[8]) + (mat1[9] * mat2[9]) + (mat1[10] * mat2[10]) + (mat1[11] * mat2[11]); newMat [11] = (mat1[8] * mat2[12]) + (mat1[9] * mat2[13]) + (mat1[10] * mat2[14]) + (mat1[11] * mat2[15]); newMat [12] = (mat1[12] * mat2[0]) + (mat1[13] * mat2[1]) + (mat1[14] * mat2[2]) + (mat1[15] * mat2[3]); newMat [13] = (mat1[12] * mat2[4]) + (mat1[13] * mat2[5]) + (mat1[14] * mat2[6]) + (mat1[15] * mat2[7]); newMat [14] = (mat1[12] * mat2[8]) + (mat1[13] * mat2[9]) + (mat1[14] * mat2[10]) + (mat1[15] * mat2[11]); newMat [15] = (mat1[12] * mat2[12]) + (mat1[13] * mat2[13]) + (mat1[14] * mat2[14]) + (mat1[15] * mat2[15]); }
Posted 19 May 2011 - 04:17 PM
// Orthogonalize the orientation matrix! var rfx, rfy, rfz, rfMag; var rux, ruy, ruz, ruMag; var rx, ry, rz, rMag; // Cross-product of right/forward vectors (store in 'up')... rfx = matrix[5]*matrix[6] - matrix[8]*matrix[3]; rfy = matrix[8]*matrix[0] - matrix[2]*matrix[6]; rfz = matrix[2]*matrix[3] - matrix[5]*matrix[0]; rfMag = sqrt(rfx*rfx + rfy*rfy + rfz*rfz); rfx = rfx/rfMag; rfy = rfy/rfMag; rfz = rfz/rfMag; // Cross-product of right/up vectors (store in 'forward')... rux = rfz*matrix[3] - rfy*matrix[6]; ruy = rfx*matrix[6] - rfz*matrix[0]; ruz = rfy*matrix[0] - rfx*matrix[3]; ruMag = sqrt(rux*rux + ruy*ruy + ruz*ruz); rux = rux/ruMag; ruy = ruy/ruMag; ruz = ruz/ruMag; // Normalize 'x' vector... rMag = sqrt(matrix[0]*matrix[0] + matrix[3]*matrix[3] + matrix[6]*matrix[6]); rx = matrix[0]/rMag; ry = matrix[3]/rMag; rz = matrix[6]/rMag; // All's orthaganlized! Store new values into // ship's 'ma' matrix... matrix[0] = rx; matrix[1] = rfx; matrix[2] = rux; matrix[3] = ry; matrix[4] = rfy; matrix[5] = ruy; matrix[6] = rz; matrix[7] = rfz; matrix[8] = ruz;
Posted 19 May 2011 - 06:46 PM
Posted 20 May 2011 - 04:54 AM
Posted 20 May 2011 - 05:35 AM
Also for clarification: "Row major" and "column major" are terms to describe how the elements of the 2D matrix are arranged when stored in linear (i.e. 1D) memory. Hence you probably mean "row vector use" (e.g. D3D, like in v * M) or "column vector use" (e.g. OpenGL, like in M * v) instead, what plays a role how the terms of a matrix product are to be arranged....
The re-orthoganalize code doesn't work if I just plug it in. I think you may be using row major matrices, while mine are column major (openGL). I tried some simple adjustments but no luck. Like I said I'll just rewrite it, its just a matter of multiplication order and matrix order and I'm sure it'll go easier if i do it by hand myself.
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