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1 C P S C 314 S H A D E R S, O P E N G L, & J S RENDERING PIPELINE UGRAD.CS.UBC.C A/~CS314 Mikhail Bessmeltsev 1

2 WHAT IS RENDERING? Generating image from a 3D scene 2

3 WHAT IS RENDERING? Generating image from a 3D scene Let s think HOW. 3

4 SCENE A coordinate frame 3D objects Their materials Lights Cameras 4

5 RENDERING 5

6 RENDERING 6

7 FRAME BUFFER Portion of RAM on videocard (GPU) What we see on the screen Rendering destination 7

8 SCREEN Displays what s in frame buffer Terminology: Pixel: basic element on device Resolution: number of rows & columns in device Measured in Absolute values (1K x 1K) Density values (300 dots per inch) 8

9 Scene Coordinate Frame 3D objects Materials Lights Cameras? Framebuffer final image 9

10 SINGLE OBJECT How to describe a single piece of geometry? So far geometry has been constructed for you. 10

11 SHAPES: TRIANGLE MESHES Triangle = 3 vertices Mesh = {vertices, triangles} Example 11

12 SCENE How to describe a scene? 12

13 SCENE How to describe a scene? Local Transformations 13

14 Scene Coordinate Frame 3D objects Materials Lights Cameras? Framebuffer final image 14

15 SKETCH OF A RENDERING PIPELINE Scene Coordinate frame 3D models Coordinates Local transforms properties (color, material) Lights Camera 15

16 SKETCH OF A RENDERING PIPELINE Scene Camera View Image Coordinate frame 2D positions of shapes Shape pixels 3D models Depth of shapes Their color Coordinates Normals properties (color, material) Lights Camera Which pixel is visible 16

17 OPENGL/WEBGL Open Graphics Library One of the most popular libraries for 2D/3D rendering Asoftware interface to communicate with graphics hardware Cross-language API 17

18 OPENGL RENDERING PIPELINE 18

19 OPENGL RENDERING PIPELINE Scene Camera Coords Device Coords Image 19

20 VERTEX SHADER 20

21 VERTEX SHADER Vertices are stored in vertex buffer Each one is processed by vertex shader Outputs 2D position May compute per-vertex variables (normal, etc.) 21

22 O P E N G L R E N D E R I N G P I P E L I N E 22

23 O P E N G L R E N D E R I N G P I P E L I N E Javascript + Three.JS GLSL (automatic) (automatic) GLSL (automatic) 23

24 T H R E E. J S High-level library for Javascript Uses WebGL for rendering Has Scene, Mesh, Camera objects Scene is hierarchical Mesh has geometry and material properties Camera is used for rendering 24

25 G E O M E T R Y Triangle meshes Set ofvertices Triangle defines as {vertex_index1, vertex_index2, vertex_index3} 25

26 O P E N G L R E N D E R I N G P I P E L I N E Javascript + Three.JS GLSL (automatic) (automatic) GLSL (automatic) 26

27 GLS L OpenGL shading language Used for Fragment and Vertex shaders Lots of useful stuff: vec3, vec4, dvec4, mat4, sampler2d mat*vec, mat*mat Reflect, refract vec3 v( a.xy, 1) 27

28 V E R T E X S H A D E R VS is run for each vertex SEPARATELY By default doesn t know connectivity Input: vertex coordinates in Object Coordinate System Its main goal is to set gl_position Object coordinates -> WORLD coordinates -> VIEW coordinates 28

29 V E R T E X S H A D E R Except simple conversion to world coordinates You can do anything with vertices (or anything that s passed) e.g. deform vertices e.g. skinning! [courtesy NVIDIA] 29

30 var verticesofcube = [ -1,-1,-1, 1,-1,-1, 1, 1,-1, -1, 1,-1, -1,-1, 1, 1,-1, 1, 1, 1, 1, -1, 1, 1, ]; var indicesoffaces = [ 2,1,0, 0,3,2, 0,4,7, 7,3,0, 0,1,5, 5,4,0, 1,2,6, 6,5,1, 2,3,7, 7,6,2, 4,5,6, 6,7,4 ]; var geometry = new THREE.PolyhedronGeometry( verticesofcube, indicesoffaces, 6, 2 ); G E O M E T R Y ( JAVA S C R I P T/ T H R E. J S ) 30

31 Image Egon Rath 31

32 O P E N G L R E N D E R I N G P I P E L I N E Javascript + Three.JS GLSL (automatic) (automatic) GLSL (automatic) 32

33 33

34 C A M E R A VIEW 34

35 R A S T E R I Z A T I O N 35

36 R A S T E R I Z A T I O N 36

37 R A S T E R I Z A T I O N 37

38 R A S T E R I Z A T I O N - I N T E R P O L A T I O N 38

39 R A S T E R I Z A T I O N - I N T E R P O L A T I O N 39

40 O P E N G L R E N D E R I N G P I P E L I N E Javascript + Three.JS GLSL (automatic) (automatic) GLSL (automatic) 40

41 F R A G M E N T S H A D E R Fragment = data for drawing a pixel Has gl_fragcoord 2D window coords May set color! 41

42 F R A G M E N T S H A D E R Common Tasks: texture mapping per-pixel lighting and shading Synonymous with Pixel Shader 42

43 MINIMAL V E R T E X S H A D E R void main() { } // Transforming The Vertex gl_position = modelviewmatrix * position; MINIMAL F R A G M E N T S H A D E R void main() { } // Setting Each Pixel To Red gl_fragcolor = vec4(1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0); 43

44 MINIMAL V E R T E X S H A D E R void main() { } // Transforming The Vertex gl_position = modelviewmatrix * position; defined by Three.JS MINIMAL F R A G M E N T S H A D E R void main() { } // Setting Each Pixel To Red gl_fragcolor = vec4(1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0); 44

45 MINIMAL V E R T E X S H A D E R void main() { } // Transforming The Vertex gl_position = modelviewmatrix * position; defined by Three.JS x y z 1.0 MINIMAL F R A G M E N T S H A D E R void main() { } // Setting Each Pixel To Red gl_fragcolor = vec4(1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0); 45

46 MINIMAL V E R T E X S H A D E R void main() { } // Transforming The Vertex gl_position = modelviewmatrix * position; view coordinate system defined by Three.JS x y z 1.0 MINIMAL F R A G M E N T S H A D E R void main() { } // Setting Each Pixel To Red gl_fragcolor = vec4(1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0); 46

47 MINIMAL V E R T E X S H A D E R void main() { } // Transforming The Vertex gl_position = modelviewmatrix * position; view coordinate system defined by Three.JS x y z 1.0 MINIMAL F R A G M E N T S H A D E R void main() { } // Setting Each Pixel To Red gl_fragcolor = vec4(1.0, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0); Red Green Blue Alpha 47

48 V E R T E X S H A D E R E X A M P L E 2 uniform float uvertexscale; attribute vec3 vcolor; varying vec3 fcolor; void main() { gl_position = vec4(position.x fcolor = vcolor; * uvertexscale, position.y, 0.0,1.0); } 48

49 C O N C E P T S uniform same for all vertices varying computed per vertex, automatically interpolated for fragments attribute some values per vertex available only in Vertex Shader 49

50 C O N C E P T S uniform same for all vertices varying Vertex Shader Fragment Shader computed per vertex, automatically interpolated for fragments attribute JS + Three.JS Vertex Shader FragmentShader JS + Three.JS VertexShader some values per vertex available only in Vertex Shader 50

51 V E R T E X S H A D E R 51

52 F R A G M E N T S H A D E R 52

53 A T T A C H I N G S H A D E R S var remotematerial = new THREE.ShaderMaterial({ uniforms: { remoteposition: remoteposition, },}); //here goes loading shader files into shaders[] remotematerial.vertexshader = shaders['glsl/remote.vs.glsl']; remotematerial.fragmentshader = shaders['glsl/remote.fs']; var remotegeometry = new THREE.SphereGeometry(1, 32, 32); var remote = new THREE.Mesh(remoteGeometry, remotematerial); scene.add(remote); 53

54 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 54

55 O P E N G L R E N D E R I N G P I P E L I N E 55

56 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 56

57 MODELING AND VIEWING TRANSFORMATIONS Placing objects - Modeling transformations Map points from object coordinate system to world coordinate system Looking from the camera - Viewing transformation Map points from world coordinate system to camera (or eye) coordinate system 57

58 58

59 MODELING TRANSFORMATIONS: OBJECT PLACEMENT 59

60 VIEWING TRANSFORMATION: LOOKING FROMA CAMERA 60

61 MODELING & VIEWING TRANSFORMATIONS 61

62 MODELING & VIEWING TRANSFORMATIONS Other transformations (not handled by rendering pipeline): Freeform deformation 62

63 MODELING & VIEWING TRANSFORMATION Linear transformations Rotations, scaling, shearing Can be expressed as 3x3 matrix E.g. scaling (non uniform): x' 2 0 y' 0 3 z' x 0 y 1 z 63

64 MODELING & VIEWING TRANSFORMATION Affine transformations Linear transformations + translations Can be expressed as 3x3 matrix + 3 vector E.g. scale+ translation: x' x t x y' y t 0 1 z y z' 0 t z Another representation: 4x4 homogeneous matrix 64

65 MATRICES Object coordinates -> World coordinates Model Matrix One per object World coordinates -> Camera coordinates View Matrix One per camera 65

66 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 66

67 PERSPECTIVE TRANSFORMATION Purpose: Project 3D geometry to 2D image plane Simulates a camera Camera model: Pinhole camera (single view point) More complex camera models exist, but are less common in CG 67

68 PERSPECTIVE PROJECTION 68

69 PERSPECTIVE TRANSFORMATION In computer graphics: Image plane conceptually in front of center of projection Perspective transformation is one of projective transformations Linear & affine transformations also belong to this class All projective transformations can be expressed as 4x4 matrix operations 69

70 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 70

71 CLIPPING Removing invisible geometry Geometry outside viewing frustum Plus too far or too near one Optimization 71

72 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 72

73 SCAN CONVERSION/RASTERIZATION Convert continuous 2D geometry to discrete Raster display discrete grid ofelements Terminology Screen Space: Discrete 2D Cartesian coordinate system of the screen pixels 73

74 SCAN CONVERSION 74

75 SCAN CONVERSION 75

76 SCAN CONVERSION Problem: Line is infinitely thin, but image has finite resolution Results in steps rather than a smooth line Jaggies Aliasing One of the fundamental problems in computer graphics 76

77 SCAN CONVERSION 77

78 COLOR INTERPOLATION Linearly interpolate per-pixel color from vertex color values Treat every channel of RGB color separately color t s 78

79 COLOR INTERPOLATION Example: red green blue t t t s s s 79

80 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 80

81 TEXTURING (s 0,t 0 ) (s 2,t 2 ) t (s 1,t 1 ) s 81

82 TEXTURING (s 0,t 0 ) (s 2,t 2 ) t (s 1,t 1 ) s 82

83 TEXTURE MAPPING 83

84 DISPLACEMENT MAPPING 84

85 TEXTURING Issues: Computing 3D/2D map (low distortion) How to map pixel from texture (texels) to screen pixels Texture can appear widely distorted inrendering Magnification / minification of textures Filtering of textures Preventing aliasing (anti-aliasing) 85

86 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 86

87 LIGHTING 87

88 COMPLEX LIGHTING AND SHADING 88

89 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 89

90 WITHOUT HIDDEN LINE REMOVAL 90

91 HIDDEN LINE REMOVAL 91

92 HIDDEN SURFACE REMOVAL 92

93 DEPTH TEST /HIDDEN SURFACE REMOVAL Remove invisible geometry Parts that are hidden behind other geometry Possible Implementations: Pixel level decision Depth buffer Object space decision E.g. intersection order for ray tracing 93

94 PIPELINE: MORE DETAILS 94

95 BLENDING Blending: Fragments -> Pixels Draw from farthest to nearest No blending replace previous color Blending: combine new & old values with some arithmetic operations Frame Buffer : video memory on graphics board that holds resulting image & used to displayit 95

96 REFLECTION/SHADOWS 96

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