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ofxUniformGui

Easily add a user interface elements for your shader uniforms.

Usage

First annotate your uniforms with a default value min and max, like this:

uniform float stickyness = 2.1; // 10.0-0.1
uniform float sizeMultiplier = 0.2;// 0.01 - 0.5
uniform vec2 distEdges = vec2(0.1, 0.9); // 0.0 - 1.0
uniform float coeff = 2; // 0.01 - 5
uniform float hole = 2.5; // 0 - 3

Then simply, use ofxUniformGuiShader instead of ofShader for your shaders. That's it, no update()s, no draw()s. Just use load(), begin() and end() on your shader like you usually do.

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Each shader with GUI uniforms will be displayed in a seperate parameter group, with the shader name as the group name. The visiblity of the GUI can be toggled with the u key by default.

Supported types are float, int, vec2 and vec3.

Customisation

To access the GUI managing object, use the static get function, like:

ofxUniformGui::get()->setVisible(true);
ofxUniformGui::get()->setShowKey('s');

Platforms

Tested on OSX 10.9, should work on all platforms.

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