List[] normalBuffer= new List [NumVerts];

for(int vl = 0; vl < normalBuffer.Length; ++vl) {

normalBuffer[vl] = new List();

}

for( int i = 0; i < NumIndices; i += 3 )

{

// get the three vertices that make the faces

Vector3 p1 = m_original[m_mesh.triangles[i+0]];

Vector3 p2 = m_original[m_mesh.triangles[i+1]];

Vector3 p3 = m_original[m_mesh.triangles[i+2]];

Vector3 v1 = p2 - p1;

Vector3 v2 = p3 - p1;

Vector3 normal = Vector3.Cross(v1, v2 );

normal.Normalize();

// Store the face's normal for each of the vertices that make up the face.

normalBuffer[m_mesh.triangles[i+0]].Add(normal);

normalBuffer[m_mesh.triangles[i+1]].Add(normal);

normalBuffer[m_mesh.triangles[i+2]].Add(normal);

}

for( int i = 0; i < NumVerts; ++i )

{

for (int j = 0; j < normalBuffer[i].Count; ++j) {

m_normals[i] += normalBuffer[i][j];

}

m_normals[i] /= normalBuffer[i].Count;

}

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4 weeks ago

Hmm... how about mesh.RecalculateNormals()? See here: http://unity3d.com/support/documentation/ScriptReference/Mesh.RecalculateNormals.html

ReplyDeleteGood Point NeARAZ. I'm glad somebody is paying attention. I wasn't initially aware of this mesh method. I didn't want normals generated automatically via Unity import because I'm currently working with a real time vertex compositor that relies on tagged and known vertex indicies. It appears this mesh method doesn't add vertices and is suitable for my needs.

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