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Thread: Can I assign a tangent/bonormal vector to a vertex?

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    Can I assign a tangent/bonormal vector to a vertex?

    I find there are tangent/binormal semantics in Cg. So, can I assign a tangetn/binormal vector to a vertex to use these semantics?

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    Re: Can I assign a tangent/bonormal vector to a vertex?

    I'm moving this thread to the OpenGL Shading Language forum where it might get an answer it's definitely too advanced for beginners. Excuse the CG question it was here or the advanced forum.

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    Re: Can I assign a tangent/bonormal vector to a vertex?

    P.S. it may be OT, there is a site for cg where you may have better luck:

    http://www.cgshaders.org/forums/

    And lookie here for your question answered:
    http://www.cgshaders.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2369


    [This message has been edited by dorbie (edited 12-23-2003).]

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