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Feature #1275

Lightmap decorations on surfaces (emission mapping)

Added by danij about 16 years ago. Updated about 6 years ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
Enhancement
Target version:
-
Start date:
2003-09-04
% Done:

0%


Description

A new type of Lightmap applied in the Light Decorations
where you can specify a Lightmap that is used ONLY on
the wall/flat it's associated to. Sized to the same
dimensions of the wall/flat texture. Halos+Lights would
be applied seperately still.

Multitexturing would obviously be the best approach.

The benefits:

Surfaces can have any arbitary lights that are
impossible to recreate with the standard Light
Decorations. Such as lightfittings, glowing lava,
computer screens etc.

Could enviroment mapping+blending modes be used to
increase the range of effects possible with this feature?

Labels: Graphics


Related issues

Related to Feature #1625: Per-pixel surface shading (bump/specular/reflection etc. mapping)Progressed2013-10-22

History

#1 Updated by danij almost 16 years ago

Implement as a Material layer and update RL_AddPoly to pull these in along with dynamic lights before multiplying the "normal" layers over the top.

Consider re-instating and combining with the decorlight texture compositing that existed for a short time during the days of the old 1.8.0 branch.

#2 Updated by danij about 10 years ago

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Or is this better approached using Shaders?
I'd assume you'd use multitexturing and blending (basically
the same as Shader support?).
That way it's not limited to just lighting effects...

Here's a short mpg of timmie's zDoomGL shader support
http://www.timmie.squabble.org/screenshots/shader.mpg

#3 Updated by skyjake about 6 years ago

  • Tags set to Decorations, Lights, Renderer
  • Subject changed from New LightDecoration Lightmap type: Self to Lightmap decorations on surfaces (emission mapping)
  • Category set to Enhancement

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