winEr

02-21-2011, 03:16 AM

Hi,

For a project I'm working on I to work with an OpenGL engine someone made himself. We tried the engine on different laptops and everywhere it works normal. However due to some unknown cause I can't see models on my screen. I believe the problem lies within the vertex shaders we use. Still I have little to no knowledge of shaders so I can't be 100% sure about it.

I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5600/5700 series graphics card with the latest drivers. Driver date is 2011-01-26. Version is 8.821.0.0

I added a screenshot how it should look like and a screenshot

how it's displayed on my screen.

And this are the shaders we use:

vertex.glsl

#version 140

precision highp float;

uniform mat4 camera_matrix;

uniform mat4 model_matrix;

uniform mat4 projection_matrix;

uniform vec3 model_scale;

in vec3 in_Vertex;

in vec3 in_Normal;

in vec2 in_UV;

out vec3 out_Vertex;

out vec3 out_Normal;

out vec2 out_UV;

void main()

{

vec4 pos=model_matrix*vec4(in_Vertex.x*model_scale.x,in _Vertex.y*model_scale.y,in_Vertex.z*model_scale.z, 1.0);

out_Vertex=pos.xyz;

out_Normal=mat3(model_matrix)*in_Normal;

out_UV=in_UV;

gl_Position=projection_matrix*mat4(mat3(camera_mat rix))*(pos+vec4(camera_matrix[3][0],camera_matrix[3][1],camera_matrix[3][2],0));

}

fragment.glsl

#version 140

precision highp float;

uniform struct

{

int m_Active;

vec3 m_Ambient;

vec3 m_Diffuse;

vec3 m_Specular;

float m_Shine;

} Material;

uniform sampler2D texture0;

in vec3 out_Vertex;

in vec3 out_Normal;

in vec2 out_UV;

void main(void)

{

if(Material.m_Active==1)

{

gl_FragColor=texture2D(texture0,out_UV.st);

}

else

{

gl_FragColor=vec4(Material.m_Diffuse,1.0);

}

//gl_FragColor=vec4(out_Vertex.x*0.2+0.5,out_Vertex. y*0.2+0.5,out_Vertex.z*0.2+0.5,1.0);

}

Anyone who knows what the cause could be? Because I'm really stuck if I can't fix this :(

For a project I'm working on I to work with an OpenGL engine someone made himself. We tried the engine on different laptops and everywhere it works normal. However due to some unknown cause I can't see models on my screen. I believe the problem lies within the vertex shaders we use. Still I have little to no knowledge of shaders so I can't be 100% sure about it.

I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5600/5700 series graphics card with the latest drivers. Driver date is 2011-01-26. Version is 8.821.0.0

I added a screenshot how it should look like and a screenshot

how it's displayed on my screen.

And this are the shaders we use:

vertex.glsl

#version 140

precision highp float;

uniform mat4 camera_matrix;

uniform mat4 model_matrix;

uniform mat4 projection_matrix;

uniform vec3 model_scale;

in vec3 in_Vertex;

in vec3 in_Normal;

in vec2 in_UV;

out vec3 out_Vertex;

out vec3 out_Normal;

out vec2 out_UV;

void main()

{

vec4 pos=model_matrix*vec4(in_Vertex.x*model_scale.x,in _Vertex.y*model_scale.y,in_Vertex.z*model_scale.z, 1.0);

out_Vertex=pos.xyz;

out_Normal=mat3(model_matrix)*in_Normal;

out_UV=in_UV;

gl_Position=projection_matrix*mat4(mat3(camera_mat rix))*(pos+vec4(camera_matrix[3][0],camera_matrix[3][1],camera_matrix[3][2],0));

}

fragment.glsl

#version 140

precision highp float;

uniform struct

{

int m_Active;

vec3 m_Ambient;

vec3 m_Diffuse;

vec3 m_Specular;

float m_Shine;

} Material;

uniform sampler2D texture0;

in vec3 out_Vertex;

in vec3 out_Normal;

in vec2 out_UV;

void main(void)

{

if(Material.m_Active==1)

{

gl_FragColor=texture2D(texture0,out_UV.st);

}

else

{

gl_FragColor=vec4(Material.m_Diffuse,1.0);

}

//gl_FragColor=vec4(out_Vertex.x*0.2+0.5,out_Vertex. y*0.2+0.5,out_Vertex.z*0.2+0.5,1.0);

}

Anyone who knows what the cause could be? Because I'm really stuck if I can't fix this :(