I'm basically trying to get the angle between two vectors and factor that into a smoothstep which i then use elsewhere:

Code :void main() { float sampleDepth = texture2D(spec, v_vTexcoord ).r; vec3 normalPos = vec3(v_vTexcoord.xy,sampleDepth); vec3 normalVector = texture2D(norm, v_vTexcoord ).rgb; float brightnessMod = 0.0; for (float i = 0.0; i < lightNum; i++) { vec3 lightPos = texture2D(light,vec2(i,0.0)).rgb; vec3 lightVector = vec3(normalPos-lightPos); float angle = acos(clamp(dot(normalize(lightVector),normalize(normalVector)),-1.0,1.0); // <<< This is the problem line as far as i can tell brightnessMod += 1.0-smoothstep(0.0,PI/2.0,angle); } gl_FragColor = vec4((v_vColour * texture2D( gm_BaseTexture, v_vTexcoord ) * min(brightnessMod,1.0)).rgb,1.0); }

From context it seems to me that the "smoothstep()" is allways returning 1, even though the angle should be in [0, pi] but even when i change the "smoothstep()" to "smoothstep(0.0,100000.0,angle)" it still returns 1.

Now am i an idiot and there is a problem with ang = v1 dot v2 (since normalized)? or is there something else going on.

lightVector and NormalVector are both vec3s and i can provide additional context if needed. I'm somewhat fresh on the opengl scene but i cannot for the life of me figure out what is going on.