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  1. Python Viewport NDC Transform

    Hey, I am currently building an HDA with python viewer states and I want to display an image/grid in the upper left corner of the viewport. This is what I currently use to move the grid to the current viewport postion. viewport = hou.ui.curDesktop().paneTabOfType(hou.paneTabType.SceneViewer).curViewport() cam = viewport.viewTransform() hou.parmTuple('/obj/geo1/transform1/t').set(cam.extractTranslates()) hou.parmTuple('/obj/geo1/transform1/r').set(cam.extractRotates()) I also transform the grid in the negative z direction afterwards. This results in the image beeing in the center of the viewport. But I'm not sure how I can move the image to the corner of the viewport and keep it in the correct postion when the viewport is beeing resized. Maybe with the viewport.viewportToNDCTransform() or viewport.mapToWorld() methods. But I couldnt figure out how. I found a promising vex based result here:https://youtu.be/7UuVhbTRcew?t=1890 string cam = chs("camera"); vector bb = relbbox(0,@P); vector4 crop = chp("crop"); bb.x = fit(bb.x, 0, 1, crop.x, crop.y); bb.y = fit(bb.y, 0, 1, crop.z, crop.w); bb.z = chf("zoffset"); @P = fromNDC(cam,bb); But this one requires a camera node and I'd rather have this logic in the python states if possible. Thanks
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