Zobrazenie 3D konvice. – .NET – Fórum – Programujte.com
 x   TIP: Přetáhni ikonu na hlavní panel pro připnutí webu
Reklama
Reklama

Zobrazenie 3D konvice. – .NET – Fórum – Programujte.comZobrazenie 3D konvice. – .NET – Fórum – Programujte.com

 

Hledá se programátor! Plat 1 800 € + bonusy (firma Boxmol.com)
w3q0
Věrný člen
25. 12. 2007   #1
-
0
-

Ahojte, mám takýto kód:

//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

// File: EmptyProject.cs
//
// Starting point for new Direct3D applications
//
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------


//#define DEBUG_VS // Uncomment this line to debug vertex shaders
//#define DEBUG_PS // Uncomment this line to debug pixel shaders

using System;
using Microsoft.DirectX;
using Microsoft.DirectX.Direct3D;
using Microsoft.Samples.DirectX.UtilityToolkit;

namespace EmptyProjectSample
{
/// <summary>EmptyProject Sample Class</summary>
public class EmptyProject : IFrameworkCallback, IDeviceCreation
{
#region Creation
/// <summary>Create a new instance of the class</summary>
public EmptyProject(Framework f)
{
// Store framework
sampleFramework = f;
// Create dialogs
hud = new Dialog(sampleFramework);
sampleUi = new Dialog(sampleFramework);
}
#endregion

// Variables
private Mesh konvickaMesh = null;
private Material konvickaMaterial;
private Framework sampleFramework = null; // Framework for samples
private Font statsFont = null; // Font for drawing text
private Sprite textSprite = null; // Sprite for batching text calls
private Effect effect = null; // D3DX Effect Interface
private ModelViewerCamera camera = new ModelViewerCamera(); // A model viewing camera
private bool isHelpShowing = true; // If true, renders the UI help text
private Dialog hud = null; // dialog for standard controls
private Dialog sampleUi = null; // dialog for sample specific controls

// HUD Ui Control constants
private const int ToggleFullscreen = 1;
private const int ToggleReference = 3;
private const int ChangeDevice = 4;

/// <summary>
/// Called during device initialization, this code checks the device for some
/// minimum set of capabilities, and rejects those that don't pass by returning false.
/// </summary>
public bool IsDeviceAcceptable(Caps caps, Format adapterFormat, Format backBufferFormat, bool windowed)
{
// Skip back buffer formats that don't support alpha blending
if (!Manager.CheckDeviceFormat(caps.AdapterOrdinal, caps.DeviceType, adapterFormat,
Usage.QueryPostPixelShaderBlending, ResourceType.Textures, backBufferFormat))
return false;

return true;
}

/// <summary>
/// This callback function is called immediately before a device is created to allow the
/// application to modify the device settings. The supplied settings parameter
/// contains the settings that the framework has selected for the new device, and the
/// application can make any desired changes directly to this structure. Note however that
/// the sample framework will not correct invalid device settings so care must be taken
/// to return valid device settings, otherwise creating the Device will fail.
/// </summary>
public void ModifyDeviceSettings(DeviceSettings settings, Caps caps)
{
// If device doesn't support HW T&L or doesn't support 1.1 vertex shaders in HW
// then switch to SWVP.
if ( (!caps.DeviceCaps.SupportsHardwareTransformAndLight) ||
(caps.VertexShaderVersion < new Version(1,1)) )
{
settings.BehaviorFlags = CreateFlags.SoftwareVertexProcessing;
}
else
{
settings.BehaviorFlags = CreateFlags.HardwareVertexProcessing;
}

// This application is designed to work on a pure device by not using
// any get methods, so create a pure device if supported and using HWVP.
if ( (caps.DeviceCaps.SupportsPureDevice) &&
((settings.BehaviorFlags & CreateFlags.HardwareVertexProcessing) != 0 ) )
settings.BehaviorFlags |= CreateFlags.PureDevice;

// Debugging vertex shaders requires either REF or software vertex processing
// and debugging pixel shaders requires REF.
#if(DEBUG_VS)
if (settings.DeviceType != DeviceType.Reference )
{
settings.BehaviorFlags &= ~CreateFlags.HardwareVertexProcessing;
settings.BehaviorFlags |= CreateFlags.SoftwareVertexProcessing;
}
#endif
#if(DEBUG_PS)
settings.DeviceType = DeviceType.Reference;
#endif
// For the first device created if its a REF device, optionally display a warning dialog box
if (settings.DeviceType == DeviceType.Reference)
{
Utility.DisplaySwitchingToRefWarning(sampleFramework, "EmptyProject");
}

}

/// <summary>
/// This event will be fired immediately after the Direct3D device has been
/// created, which will happen during application initialization and windowed/full screen
/// toggles. This is the best location to create Pool.Managed resources since these
/// resources need to be reloaded whenever the device is destroyed. Resources created
/// here should be released in the Disposing event.
/// </summary>
private void OnCreateDevice(object sender, DeviceEventArgs e)
{
// Initialize the stats font
statsFont = ResourceCache.GetGlobalInstance().CreateFont(e.Device, 15, 0, FontWeight.Bold, 1, false, CharacterSet.Default,
Precision.Default, FontQuality.Default, PitchAndFamily.FamilyDoNotCare | PitchAndFamily.DefaultPitch
, "Arial");

// Define DEBUG_VS and/or DEBUG_PS to debug vertex and/or pixel shaders with the
// shader debugger. Debugging vertex shaders requires either REF or software vertex
// processing, and debugging pixel shaders requires REF. The
// ShaderFlags.Force*SoftwareNoOptimizations flag improves the debug experience in the
// shader debugger. It enables source level debugging, prevents instruction
// reordering, prevents dead code elimination, and forces the compiler to compile
// against the next higher available software target, which ensures that the
// unoptimized shaders do not exceed the shader model limitations. Setting these
// flags will cause slower rendering since the shaders will be unoptimized and
// forced into software. See the DirectX documentation for more information about
// using the shader debugger.
ShaderFlags shaderFlags = ShaderFlags.NotCloneable;
#if(DEBUG_VS)
shaderFlags |= ShaderFlags.ForceVertexShaderSoftwareNoOptimizations;
#endif
#if(DEBUG_PS)
shaderFlags |= ShaderFlags.ForcePixelShaderSoftwareNoOptimizations;
#endif
// Read the D3DX effect file
string path = Utility.FindMediaFile("EmptyProject.fx");
effect = ResourceCache.GetGlobalInstance().CreateEffectFromFile(e.Device,
path, null, null, shaderFlags, null);

// Setup the camera's view parameters
camera.SetViewParameters(new Vector3(0.0f, 0.0f, -5.0f), Vector3.Empty);
zarizeni = e.Device();
konvickaMesh = Mesh.Teapot(zarizeni);
konvickaMaterial = new Material();
konvickaMaterial.DiffuseColor = new ColorValue(1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f, 10f);
}

/// <summary>
/// This event will be fired immediately after the Direct3D device has been
/// reset, which will happen after a lost device scenario. This is the best location to
/// create Pool.Default resources since these resources need to be reloaded whenever
/// the device is lost. Resources created here should be released in the OnLostDevice
/// event.
/// </summary>
private void OnResetDevice(object sender, DeviceEventArgs e)
{
SurfaceDescription desc = e.BackBufferDescription;
// Create a sprite to help batch calls when drawing many lines of text
textSprite = new Sprite(e.Device);

// Setup the camera's projection parameters
float aspectRatio = (float)desc.Width / (float)desc.Height;
camera.SetProjectionParameters((float)Math.PI / 4, aspectRatio, 0.1f, 1000.0f);
camera.SetWindow(desc.Width, desc.Height);

// Setup UI locations
hud.SetLocation(desc.Width-170, 0);
hud.SetSize(170,170);
sampleUi.SetLocation(desc.Width - 170, desc.Height - 350);
sampleUi.SetSize(170,300);
zarizeni.Lights[0].DiffuseColor = new ColorValue(1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f, 1.0f);
zarizeni.Lights[0].Direction = new Vector3(0, -1, 0);

zarizeni.Lights[0].Type = LightType.Directional;
zarizeni.Lights[0].Enabled = true;
}

/// <summary>
/// This event function will be called fired after the Direct3D device has
/// entered a lost state and before Device.Reset() is called. Resources created
/// in the OnResetDevice callback should be released here, which generally includes all
/// Pool.Default resources. See the "Lost Devices" section of the documentation for
/// information about lost devices.
/// </summary>
private void OnLostDevice(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
if (textSprite != null)
{
textSprite.Dispose();
textSprite = null;
}
}

/// <summary>
/// This callback function will be called immediately after the Direct3D device has
/// been destroyed, which generally happens as a result of application termination or
/// windowed/full screen toggles. Resources created in the OnCreateDevice callback
/// should be released here, which generally includes all Pool.Managed resources.
/// </summary>
private void OnDestroyDevice(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
}

/// <summary>
/// This callback function will be called once at the beginning of every frame. This is the
/// best location for your application to handle updates to the scene, but is not
/// intended to contain actual rendering calls, which should instead be placed in the
/// OnFrameRender callback.
/// </summary>
public void OnFrameMove(Device device, double appTime, float elapsedTime)
{
// Update the camera's position based on user input
camera.FrameMove(elapsedTime);
}

/// <summary>
/// This callback function will be called at the end of every frame to perform all the
/// rendering calls for the scene, and it will also be called if the window needs to be
/// repainted. After this function has returned, the sample framework will call
/// Device.Present to display the contents of the next buffer in the swap chain
/// </summary>
public void OnFrameRender(Device device, double appTime, float elapsedTime)
{
bool beginSceneCalled = false;

// Clear the render target and the zbuffer
device.Clear(ClearFlags.ZBuffer | ClearFlags.Target, 0x002D32AA, 1.0f, 0);
try
{
device.BeginScene();
beginSceneCalled = true;

// Update the effect's variables. Instead of using strings, it would
// be more efficient to cache a handle to the parameter by calling
// Effect.GetParameter
effect.SetValue("worldViewProjection", camera.WorldMatrix * camera.ViewMatrix * camera.ProjectionMatrix);
effect.SetValue("worldMatrix", camera.WorldMatrix);
effect.SetValue("appTime", (float)appTime);

// Show frame rate
RenderText();

// Show UI
hud.OnRender(elapsedTime);
sampleUi.OnRender(elapsedTime);
zarizeni.Transform.View = camera.ViewMatrix;
zarizeni.Transform.Projection = camera.ProjectionMatrix;
zarizeni.Transform.World = Matrix.RotationX((float)appTime);
zarizeni.Material = konvickaMaterial;
konvickaMesh.DrawSubset(0);
}
finally
{
if (beginSceneCalled)
device.EndScene();
}
}

/// <summary>
/// Render the help and statistics text. This function uses the Font object for
/// efficient text rendering.
/// </summary>
private void RenderText()
{
TextHelper txtHelper = new TextHelper(statsFont, textSprite, 15);

// Output statistics
txtHelper.Begin();
txtHelper.SetInsertionPoint(5,5);
txtHelper.SetForegroundColor(System.Drawing.Color.Yellow);
txtHelper.DrawTextLine(sampleFramework.FrameStats);
txtHelper.DrawTextLine(sampleFramework.DeviceStats);

txtHelper.SetForegroundColor(System.Drawing.Color.White);
txtHelper.DrawTextLine("Put some status text here.");

// Draw help
if (isHelpShowing)
{
txtHelper.SetInsertionPoint(10, sampleFramework.BackBufferSurfaceDescription.Height-15*6);
txtHelper.SetForegroundColor(System.Drawing.Color.DarkOrange);
txtHelper.DrawTextLine("Controls (F1 to hide):");

txtHelper.SetInsertionPoint(40, sampleFramework.BackBufferSurfaceDescription.Height-15*5);
txtHelper.DrawTextLine("Help Item Misc: X");
txtHelper.DrawTextLine("Quit: Esc");
txtHelper.DrawTextLine("Hide help: F1");
}
else
{
txtHelper.SetInsertionPoint(10, sampleFramework.BackBufferSurfaceDescription.Height-15*2);
txtHelper.SetForegroundColor(System.Drawing.Color.White);
txtHelper.DrawTextLine("Press F1 for help");
}

txtHelper.End();
}

/// <summary>
/// As a convenience, the sample framework inspects the incoming windows messages for
/// keystroke messages and decodes the message parameters to pass relevant keyboard
/// messages to the application. The framework does not remove the underlying keystroke
/// messages, which are still passed to the application's MsgProc callback.
/// </summary>
private void OnKeyEvent(object sender, System.Windows.Forms.KeyEventArgs e)
{
switch(e.KeyCode)
{
case System.Windows.Forms.Keys.F1:
isHelpShowing = !isHelpShowing;
break;
}
}

/// <summary>
/// Before handling window messages, the sample framework passes incoming windows
/// messages to the application through this callback function. If the application sets
/// noFurtherProcessing to true, the sample framework will not process the message
/// </summary>
public IntPtr OnMsgProc(IntPtr hWnd, NativeMethods.WindowMessage msg, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam, ref bool noFurtherProcessing)
{
// Give the dialog a chance to handle the message first
noFurtherProcessing = hud.MessageProc(hWnd, msg, wParam, lParam);
if (noFurtherProcessing)
return IntPtr.Zero;

noFurtherProcessing = sampleUi.MessageProc(hWnd, msg, wParam, lParam);
if (noFurtherProcessing)
return IntPtr.Zero;

// Pass all remaining windows messages to camera so it can respond to user input
camera.HandleMessages(hWnd, msg, wParam, lParam);

return IntPtr.Zero;
}

/// <summary>
/// Initializes the application
/// </summary>
public void InitializeApplication()
{
int y = 10;
// Initialize the HUD
Button fullScreen = hud.AddButton(ToggleFullscreen,"Toggle full screen", 35, y, 125,22);
Button toggleRef = hud.AddButton(ToggleReference,"Toggle reference (F3)", 35, y += 24, 125,22);
Button changeDevice = hud.AddButton(ChangeDevice,"Change Device (F2)", 35, y += 24, 125,22);
// Hook the button events for when these items are clicked
fullScreen.Click += new EventHandler(OnFullscreenClicked);
toggleRef.Click += new EventHandler(OnRefClicked);
changeDevice.Click += new EventHandler(OnChangeDeviceClicked);

// Now add the sample specific UI
y = 10;
const int ComboBox1 = ChangeDevice + 1;
const int CheckBox1 = ChangeDevice + 2;
const int CheckBox2 = ChangeDevice + 3;
const int Radiobutton1 = ChangeDevice + 4;
const int Radiobutton2 = ChangeDevice + 5;
const int Radiobutton3 = ChangeDevice + 6;
const int Button1 = ChangeDevice + 7;
const int Button2 = ChangeDevice + 8;
const int Radiobutton4 = ChangeDevice + 9;
const int Radiobutton5 = ChangeDevice + 10;
const int SliderControl = ChangeDevice + 11;

ComboBox cb1 = sampleUi.AddComboBox(ComboBox1, 35, y +=24, 125, 22);
for (int i = 0; i < 50; i++) cb1.AddItem("Item#" + i.ToString(), null);
sampleUi.AddCheckBox(CheckBox1, "Checkbox1", 35, y+=24, 125,22, false);
sampleUi.AddCheckBox(CheckBox2, "Checkbox2", 35, y+=24, 125,22, false);
sampleUi.AddRadioButton(Radiobutton1, 1, "Radio1G1", 35, y+=24, 125, 22, true);
sampleUi.AddRadioButton(Radiobutton2, 1, "Radio2G1", 35, y+=24, 125, 22, false);
sampleUi.AddRadioButton(Radiobutton3, 1, "Radio3G1", 35, y+=24, 125, 22, false);
sampleUi.AddButton(Button1, "Button1", 35, y+=24, 125, 22);
sampleUi.AddButton(Button2, "Button2", 35, y+=24, 125, 22);
sampleUi.AddRadioButton(Radiobutton4, 2, "Radio1G2", 35, y+=24, 125, 22, true);
sampleUi.AddRadioButton(Radiobutton5, 2, "Radio2G2", 35, y+=24, 125, 22, false);
sampleUi.AddSlider(SliderControl, 50,y+=24, 100, 22);

// If you wanted to respond to any of these you would need to add an event hook here
}

/// <summary>Called when the change device button is clicked</summary>
private void OnChangeDeviceClicked(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
sampleFramework.ShowSettingsDialog(!sampleFramework.IsD3DSettingsDialogShowing);
}

/// <summary>Called when the full screen button is clicked</summary>
private void OnFullscreenClicked(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
sampleFramework.ToggleFullscreen();
}

/// <summary>Called when the ref button is clicked</summary>
private void OnRefClicked(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
sampleFramework.ToggleReference();
}

/// <summary>
/// Entry point to the program. Initializes everything and goes into a message processing
/// loop. Idle time is used to render the scene.
/// </summary>
static int Main()
{
System.Windows.Forms.Application.EnableVisualStyles();
using(Framework sampleFramework = new Framework())
{
EmptyProject sample = new EmptyProject(sampleFramework);
// Set the callback functions. These functions allow the sample framework to notify
// the application about device changes, user input, and windows messages. The
// callbacks are optional so you need only set callbacks for events you're interested
// in. However, if you don't handle the device reset/lost callbacks then the sample
// framework won't be able to reset your device since the application must first
// release all device resources before resetting. Likewise, if you don't handle the
// device created/destroyed callbacks then the sample framework won't be able to
// recreate your device resources.
sampleFramework.Disposing += new EventHandler(sample.OnDestroyDevice);
sampleFramework.DeviceLost += new EventHandler(sample.OnLostDevice);
sampleFramework.DeviceCreated += new DeviceEventHandler(sample.OnCreateDevice);
sampleFramework.DeviceReset += new DeviceEventHandler(sample.OnResetDevice);

sampleFramework.SetWndProcCallback(new WndProcCallback(sample.OnMsgProc));

sampleFramework.SetCallbackInterface(sample);
try
{

// Show the cursor and clip it when in full screen
sampleFramework.SetCursorSettings(true, true);

// Initialize
sample.InitializeApplication();

// Initialize the sample framework and create the desired window and Direct3D
// device for the application. Calling each of these functions is optional, but they
// allow you to set several options which control the behavior of the sampleFramework.
sampleFramework.Initialize( true, true, true ); // Parse the command line, handle the default hotkeys, and show msgboxes
sampleFramework.CreateWindow("EmptyProject");
// Hook the keyboard event
sampleFramework.Window.KeyDown += new System.Windows.Forms.KeyEventHandler(sample.OnKeyEvent);
sampleFramework.CreateDevice( 0, true, Framework.DefaultSizeWidth, Framework.DefaultSizeHeight,
sample);

// Pass control to the sample framework for handling the message pump and
// dispatching render calls. The sample framework will call your FrameMove
// and FrameRender callback when there is idle time between handling window messages.
sampleFramework.MainLoop();

}
#if(DEBUG)
catch (Exception e)
{
// In debug mode show this error (maybe - depending on settings)
sampleFramework.DisplayErrorMessage(e);
#else
catch
{
// In release mode fail silently
#endif
// Ignore any exceptions here, they would have been handled by other areas
return (sampleFramework.ExitCode == 0) ? 1 : sampleFramework.ExitCode; // Return an error code here
}

// Perform any application-level cleanup here. Direct3D device resources are released within the
// appropriate callback functions and therefore don't require any cleanup code here.
return sampleFramework.ExitCode;
}
}
}
}
ktorým by mal zobraziť v okne 3D model konvice. Lenže niekde je chyba(vraj pod objektom či čo to je: zarizeni) a neviem ju opraviť. Prosím vás o pomoc.

Nahlásit jako SPAM
IP: 88.212.21.–
HTML,CSS,PHP,MySQL, začínam s Objected C 2.0
Reklama
Reklama
DeaLer+2
Hero
25. 12. 2007   #2
-
0
-

To w3q : Chybe je na 13 řádku, stačí ho smazat. Další je pak mezi židlí a klávesnicí.

BTW: prostě pošli tu chybovou zprávu ... a nebo zkus googlit její kód

Nahlásit jako SPAM
IP: 84.21.124.–
Dušan Janošík | web: djanosik.cz, @djanosik
mephi0
Expert
25. 12. 2007   #3
-
0
-

heh, tak toto už je sila. Je oveľa cennejší výpis z debugeru ako samotný kód. Idealne spolu.
Keďže tento kod určite nepochadza z tvojej hlavy, tak tipujem, že si zabudol pridať referenciu.

2 all noobs: Prosim pridávajte iba zmysluplné, informaciami dostatočne naplnené príspevky.
Nechceme predsa aby DeaLer dostal infarkt ;)

Nahlásit jako SPAM
IP: 85.248.56.–
Program nemusi fungovat rychle, staci ze funguje dostatecne rychle.
DeaLer+2
Hero
25. 12. 2007   #4
-
0
-

To mephi : Děkuji ti za podporu v mém nekonečném souboji.

Nahlásit jako SPAM
IP: 84.21.124.–
Dušan Janošík | web: djanosik.cz, @djanosik
Zjistit počet nových příspěvků

Přidej příspěvek

Toto téma je starší jak čtvrt roku – přidej svůj příspěvek jen tehdy, máš-li k tématu opravdu co říct!

Ano, opravdu chci reagovat → zobrazí formulář pro přidání příspěvku

×Vložení zdrojáku

×Vložení obrázku

Vložit URL obrázku Vybrat obrázek na disku
Vlož URL adresu obrázku:
Klikni a vyber obrázek z počítače:

×Vložení videa

Aktuálně jsou podporována videa ze serverů YouTube, Vimeo a Dailymotion.
×
 
Podporujeme Gravatara.
Zadej URL adresu Avatara (40 x 40 px) nebo emailovou adresu pro použití Gravatara.
Email nikam neukládáme, po získání Gravatara je zahozen.
-
Pravidla pro psaní příspěvků, používej diakritiku. ENTER pro nový odstavec, SHIFT + ENTER pro nový řádek.
Sledovat nové příspěvky (pouze pro přihlášené)
Sleduj vlákno a v případě přidání nového příspěvku o tom budeš vědět mezi prvními.
Reaguješ na příspěvek:

Uživatelé prohlížející si toto vlákno

Uživatelé on-line: 0 registrovaných, 37 hostů

Podobná vlákna

Zobrazenie v IE — založil radypala

Rôznorodé zobrazenie — založil CSS

Zobrazenie hodnoty — založil ujo

While zobrazenie raz — založil Anonym

 

Hostujeme u Českého hostingu       ISSN 1801-1586       ⇡ Nahoru Webtea.cz logo © 20032016 Programujte.com
Zasadilo a pěstuje Webtea.cz, šéfredaktor Lukáš Churý