[PD] Writing texture to different sides of cube in GEM
ben at ekran.org
Thu Aug 21 19:14:36 CEST 2008
As far as I know the UV thing is as much about the cube as it is the
Even if you play with the texture coords, the textures on the cube does
not wrap over the edges.
This leads me to believe that the cube is actually 6 squares put
together. So that is certainly the best thing to recreate, make your own
cube from Gem squares.
As for "uv support" seems a close step would be a gem cube that is
designed as a single poly and so that texture coords could be used to
move the texture around? I suppose texture project becomes a problem then...
I'm just thinking aloud.
marius schebella wrote:
> Adityo Pratomo wrote:
>> and how can i use that uv-mapping? pdp or pidipi or pixeltango maybe?
> no, I have not figured out a method yet to do this inside the pd world.
> for now you really have to go with the solution claude posted.
>> On 8/21/08, marius schebella <marius.schebella at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Claude Heiland-Allen wrote:
>>>> Adityo Pratomo wrote:
>>>>> Hi there everyone, i have a question here. How can i write different
>>>>> images on every different sides of a cube in GEM?
>>>> Maybe (probably?) there is a more elegant / OpenGL-native way, but I'd
>>>> make a cube out of 6 [square]s with appropriate transformations.
>>>> [separator] would be useful here.
>>> the more elegant way would be UV-mapping, where you put all 6 sides in
>>> one texture and then apply it to the 3d object. but GEM does not support
>>>>> So that when i
>>>>> rotate a cube, i could see a certain image on a certain side. I know i
>>>>> should use [pix_image] and [pix_texture] but how can i achieve my
>>>>> goal? I kinda lost here. Many thanks for any suggestions. :-)
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