Alan Monroig Posted October 26, 2020 Share Posted October 26, 2020 (edited) Hello! I am struggling to get what I want from a lens shader. It is somehow a math challenge. Let's see if there is someone who can figure it out... Simple scenario: - Perspective camera looking towards a grid made of 4 points (corners). - I want the camera to render the grid taking each corner as a reference to fill the frame completely with the grid (not more or less). Details: - The grid should be able to rotate on 3 axes and the camera should keep framing it. (So aspect ratio won't do it, since it has some perspective). - I have managed to do it in one axis, but additional axes seem to start acting weird, the results are close but not enough. Since it is math it should be perfect! (I does not have to be foolproof, looking towards the Z direction always and not handling more than 180-degree rotations is ok). Code of my lens shader #include "math.h" #pragma opname lens_shader #pragma oplabel "Lens_shader" #pragma hint x hidden #pragma hint y hidden #pragma hint Time hidden #pragma hint dofx hidden #pragma hint dofy hidden #pragma hint aspect hidden #pragma hint P hidden #pragma hint I hidden cvex anamorphic_lens( //Inputs float x = 0; // X screen coordinate in the range -1 to 1 float y = 0; // Y screen coordinate in the range -1 to 1 float Time = 0; // Sample time float dofx = 0; // X depth of field sample value float dofy = 0; // Y depth of field sample value float aspect = 1; // Image aspect ratio (x/y) //Outputs export vector P = 0; // Ray origin in camera space export vector I = 0; // Ray direction in camera space export int valid = 1; // Whether the sample is valid for measuring //Grid corners converted to camera space vector corner0 = 0; vector corner3 = 0; ) { float xmin_bounds = corner0[0]; float xmax_bounds = corner3[0]; float ymin_bounds = corner0[1]; float ymax_bounds = corner3[1]; float zmin_bounds = corner0[2]; float zmax_bounds = corner3[2]; float new_x = fit(x, -1, 1, min(xmin_bounds, xmax_bounds), max(xmin_bounds, xmax_bounds)); float new_y = fit(y, -1, 1, min(ymin_bounds, ymax_bounds), max(ymin_bounds, ymax_bounds)); // Calculations Z axis in relation to X float offset = min(zmin_bounds, zmax_bounds); float relation_x = (max(zmin_bounds, zmax_bounds)-offset)/min(xmin_bounds, xmax_bounds); if(xmin_bounds > xmax_bounds){ relation_x *= -1; } float relation_y = (max(zmin_bounds, zmax_bounds)-offset)/min(ymin_bounds, ymax_bounds); if(ymin_bounds > ymax_bounds){ relation_y *= -1; } float z = (-relation_x * new_x) + (-relation_y * new_y) + offset; P = set(0, 0, 0); I = set(new_x, new_y, z); Edited October 26, 2020 by Alan Monroig Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Librarian Posted October 26, 2020 Share Posted October 26, 2020 I have this in VOPCVEX..Fun ..DOnt know just Sharing..play with 3 methods .. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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