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06-25-2016, 06:36 AM

Hello guys!

I'm quite new to OpenGL and I am trying to visualize a Mobile with spheres, squares, triangles, and so on. I have also made some light sources and moving animations.

Also rotating the camera is possible.

But now I'm quite stuck creating some fog.

I've figured out that standard GL_FOG is not working when using vertex and fragment shaders.

So now I want to ask you if you can help me creating such shaders.

BTW here are my shaders:

fragmentshader:

#version 330 core

in vec4 vColor;

out vec4 FragColor;

in vec2 UVcoords;

uniform sampler2D myTexture1Sampler;

void main()

{

vec4 Color;

float fog;

const float LOG2E = 1.442695;

fog = exp2( -gl_Fog.density * gl_Fog.density *

gl_FogFragCoord * gl_FogFragCoord * LOG2E );

fog = clamp( fog, 0.0, 1.0 );

//fog = 0.0; // Uncomment this to prove that fog _can_ work

vec3 color = mix( vec3( gl_Fog.color ), Color.rgb, fog );

gl_FragColor = vec4( color, Color.a );

FragColor = texture2D(myTexture1Sampler, UVcoords) * vec4( color, Color.a );

}

vertexshader

#version 330 core

uniform mat4 ProjectionMatrix;

uniform mat4 ViewMatrix;

uniform mat4 ModelMatrix;

uniform vec3 LightPosition1;

uniform vec3 LightPosition2;

uniform vec3 LightColor1;

uniform vec3 LightColor2;

uniform float DiffuseFactor;

uniform float SpecularFactor;

uniform float AmbientFactor;

layout (location = 0) in vec3 Position; //this somehow is effecting from the glVertexAttribPointer index

layout (location = 1) in vec3 Color;

layout (location = 2) in vec3 Normal;

//texturing

layout (location = 3) in vec2 UV;

out vec2 UVcoords;

out vec4 vColor;

void main()

{

mat4 normalMatrix = transpose(inverse(ViewMatrix * ModelMatrix));

vec3 normal = normalize((normalMatrix * vec4(normalize(Normal), 1.0)).xyz);

vec3 lightPosition1 = (ViewMatrix * vec4(LightPosition1, 1.0)).xyz;

vec3 lightPosition2 = (ViewMatrix * vec4(LightPosition2, 1.0)).xyz;

vec4 vertexPositionModelSpace = (ViewMatrix * ModelMatrix) * vec4(Position,1.0);

vec3 vertexNormalized = normalize(-vertexPositionModelSpace.xyz);

vec3 lightVector1 = normalize(lightPosition1 - vertexPositionModelSpace.xyz);

vec3 lightVector2 = normalize(lightPosition2 - vertexPositionModelSpace.xyz);

vec3 halfVector1 = normalize(lightVector1 + vertexNormalized);

vec3 halfVector2 = normalize(lightVector2 + vertexNormalized);

vec3 diffusePart = (clamp(dot(normal,lightVector1), 0.0, 1.0)*LightColor1 + clamp(dot(normal,lightVector2), 0.0, 1.0)*LightColor2);

vec3 specularPart = (pow(clamp(dot(normal,halfVector1),0.0,1.0),127.0 )*LightColor1 + pow(clamp(dot(normal,halfVector2),0.0,1.0 ),127.0)*LightColor2);

vec3 ambientPart = vec3(Color * AmbientFactor);

diffusePart *= vec3(DiffuseFactor);

specularPart *= vec3(SpecularFactor);

vColor = vec4(Color*diffusePart + specularPart + ambientPart, 1.0);

gl_Position = ProjectionMatrix*ViewMatrix*ModelMatrix*vec4(Posit ion.x, Position.y, Position.z, 1.0);

UVcoords = UV;

}

Thank you in advance!

I'm quite new to OpenGL and I am trying to visualize a Mobile with spheres, squares, triangles, and so on. I have also made some light sources and moving animations.

Also rotating the camera is possible.

But now I'm quite stuck creating some fog.

I've figured out that standard GL_FOG is not working when using vertex and fragment shaders.

So now I want to ask you if you can help me creating such shaders.

BTW here are my shaders:

fragmentshader:

#version 330 core

in vec4 vColor;

out vec4 FragColor;

in vec2 UVcoords;

uniform sampler2D myTexture1Sampler;

void main()

{

vec4 Color;

float fog;

const float LOG2E = 1.442695;

fog = exp2( -gl_Fog.density * gl_Fog.density *

gl_FogFragCoord * gl_FogFragCoord * LOG2E );

fog = clamp( fog, 0.0, 1.0 );

//fog = 0.0; // Uncomment this to prove that fog _can_ work

vec3 color = mix( vec3( gl_Fog.color ), Color.rgb, fog );

gl_FragColor = vec4( color, Color.a );

FragColor = texture2D(myTexture1Sampler, UVcoords) * vec4( color, Color.a );

}

vertexshader

#version 330 core

uniform mat4 ProjectionMatrix;

uniform mat4 ViewMatrix;

uniform mat4 ModelMatrix;

uniform vec3 LightPosition1;

uniform vec3 LightPosition2;

uniform vec3 LightColor1;

uniform vec3 LightColor2;

uniform float DiffuseFactor;

uniform float SpecularFactor;

uniform float AmbientFactor;

layout (location = 0) in vec3 Position; //this somehow is effecting from the glVertexAttribPointer index

layout (location = 1) in vec3 Color;

layout (location = 2) in vec3 Normal;

//texturing

layout (location = 3) in vec2 UV;

out vec2 UVcoords;

out vec4 vColor;

void main()

{

mat4 normalMatrix = transpose(inverse(ViewMatrix * ModelMatrix));

vec3 normal = normalize((normalMatrix * vec4(normalize(Normal), 1.0)).xyz);

vec3 lightPosition1 = (ViewMatrix * vec4(LightPosition1, 1.0)).xyz;

vec3 lightPosition2 = (ViewMatrix * vec4(LightPosition2, 1.0)).xyz;

vec4 vertexPositionModelSpace = (ViewMatrix * ModelMatrix) * vec4(Position,1.0);

vec3 vertexNormalized = normalize(-vertexPositionModelSpace.xyz);

vec3 lightVector1 = normalize(lightPosition1 - vertexPositionModelSpace.xyz);

vec3 lightVector2 = normalize(lightPosition2 - vertexPositionModelSpace.xyz);

vec3 halfVector1 = normalize(lightVector1 + vertexNormalized);

vec3 halfVector2 = normalize(lightVector2 + vertexNormalized);

vec3 diffusePart = (clamp(dot(normal,lightVector1), 0.0, 1.0)*LightColor1 + clamp(dot(normal,lightVector2), 0.0, 1.0)*LightColor2);

vec3 specularPart = (pow(clamp(dot(normal,halfVector1),0.0,1.0),127.0 )*LightColor1 + pow(clamp(dot(normal,halfVector2),0.0,1.0 ),127.0)*LightColor2);

vec3 ambientPart = vec3(Color * AmbientFactor);

diffusePart *= vec3(DiffuseFactor);

specularPart *= vec3(SpecularFactor);

vColor = vec4(Color*diffusePart + specularPart + ambientPart, 1.0);

gl_Position = ProjectionMatrix*ViewMatrix*ModelMatrix*vec4(Posit ion.x, Position.y, Position.z, 1.0);

UVcoords = UV;

}

Thank you in advance!