openFrameworks addon for loading and displaying shaders from the Shadertoy page.
Shadertoy is (c) iq
This addon is distributed under the terms of the MIT License.
Set up your project to use the programmable shader. in the
int main(...)function, before setting up openGL or the app, use:
Set up the ofxShadertoy to load a file with the shadertoy glsl code
ofxShadertoy shadertoy; ... shadertoy.load("shaders/raymarch.frag");
Set up textures if needed by the shader
In your draw() routine, draw a quad (or use begin() and end() to set up the shaders for a mesh) Effects happen in screen space.
I've set up some extensions to the shader parameters, mostly relating to using a camera (for use, non-exclusively, with another one of my addons, ofxFPSControls). The new uniforms are:
uniform mat4 tCameraMatrix; - a camera matrix that can be set up using
ofCamera or any child class (e.g. ofxFPSControls)