Cucus

07-15-2011, 10:49 AM

Hello,

First, check the images added (foto 1 and 2).

You will se that there's some parts of the robot where the light isn't correctly displayed.

You may be thinking about different problems, I will explain the algorithm used as best as I can to see if someone find the problem.

Step 1:

Each joint (part) of the robot is drawed in a different origin of coordinates (Denavit-Hartenberg transformation (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denavit-Hartenberg_Parameters)). So, for each vertex of the joints, we need to make the transformation to:

GLfloat * matrixModel = new GLfloat[16];

glGetFloatv(GL_MODELVIEW_MATRIX, matrixModel);

//ModelView after the transformation

matrixModel = mCalc.doTranspose(matrixModel);

matrixModel = mCalc.doInverse(matrixModel);

vertexArray = new GLfloat[sizeVertex];

Vertex v;

int i = 0;

int j;

for(j=0;j<vertexVector.size();j++)

{

v = vertexVector[j]; //vertexVector ----> vector<Vertex> type ---> Vertex is a struct of 3 floats

vertexArray[i] = v.x*matrixModel[0]+v.y*matrixModel[1]+v.z*matrixModel[2]+matrixModel[3];

//transforming to the new origin coordinantes..

vertexArray[i+1] = v.x*matrixModel[4]+v.y*matrixModel[5]+v.z*matrixModel[6]+matrixModel[7];

vertexArray[i+2] = v.x*matrixModel[8]+v.y*matrixModel[9]+v.z*matrixModel[10]+matrixModel[11];

i+=3;

}

After this I do the same with normals except that I don't apply the calculations to transform it to the new origin coordinantes.

Those arrays are added to VBO and after, I call glDrawArrays(..) (in a different function ofc).

I tryied to apply the calculations to transform it to the new origin coordinantes to the normals but the result is horrible (check foto4).

Do you have any idea?

Thanks

First, check the images added (foto 1 and 2).

You will se that there's some parts of the robot where the light isn't correctly displayed.

You may be thinking about different problems, I will explain the algorithm used as best as I can to see if someone find the problem.

Step 1:

Each joint (part) of the robot is drawed in a different origin of coordinates (Denavit-Hartenberg transformation (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denavit-Hartenberg_Parameters)). So, for each vertex of the joints, we need to make the transformation to:

GLfloat * matrixModel = new GLfloat[16];

glGetFloatv(GL_MODELVIEW_MATRIX, matrixModel);

//ModelView after the transformation

matrixModel = mCalc.doTranspose(matrixModel);

matrixModel = mCalc.doInverse(matrixModel);

vertexArray = new GLfloat[sizeVertex];

Vertex v;

int i = 0;

int j;

for(j=0;j<vertexVector.size();j++)

{

v = vertexVector[j]; //vertexVector ----> vector<Vertex> type ---> Vertex is a struct of 3 floats

vertexArray[i] = v.x*matrixModel[0]+v.y*matrixModel[1]+v.z*matrixModel[2]+matrixModel[3];

//transforming to the new origin coordinantes..

vertexArray[i+1] = v.x*matrixModel[4]+v.y*matrixModel[5]+v.z*matrixModel[6]+matrixModel[7];

vertexArray[i+2] = v.x*matrixModel[8]+v.y*matrixModel[9]+v.z*matrixModel[10]+matrixModel[11];

i+=3;

}

After this I do the same with normals except that I don't apply the calculations to transform it to the new origin coordinantes.

Those arrays are added to VBO and after, I call glDrawArrays(..) (in a different function ofc).

I tryied to apply the calculations to transform it to the new origin coordinantes to the normals but the result is horrible (check foto4).

Do you have any idea?

Thanks