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  • #31461

    Hello,

    Is it possible to associate an image texture to a lamp in verge3d?

    I’m trying to figure out how to create a “projector” effect. In Blender Cycles you can use nodes and add an image texture node to a lamp , so that your image will be projected onto a wall / surface (see the attached file).

    In verge3d I can’t see my texture projected onto the surface…only the white light of the lamp…

    Many thanks in advance

    Federica

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    #31478
    abinabin
    Licensee

    haha, I had one project in the past, where I was searching how to make a projector effect, animated. I found out, that the playcanvas-software from Mozilla has this feature. This engine can attach the image to the light and you can animate the light and you can animate the image (sprite). In verge3d, you could attach the image to the mesh and put the light on it, but it will be hard to get realistic light effect (blur)

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    #31542
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
    Developer

    Hi Federica,
    Sorry for the delay.

    Is it possible to associate an image texture to a lamp in verge3d?

    Unfortunately such a thing is not supported at the moment. We’ll add this task to our tracker. :yes:

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    #31545

    Thanks Yuri! For the time being I’ll figure out another way to get what I need, for instance I can bake a texture with cycles and then apply it to the target surface.

    #31568
    Yuri KovelenovYuri Kovelenov
    Developer

    :good:

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