Android :: Drawing An Image Using OpenGL

Aug 10, 2010

Using OpenGL ES, how do I draw an image from the resources file onto the screen? The image is in png format, if that matters.

Android :: Drawing an Image Using OpenGL


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Android :: OpenGL Circle Drawing

Mar 16, 2010

I have to recommend just getting a book on the subject.I learned most everything off of examples and documents on the web.After several months, I finally picked up the blue book and everything I had scoured to find is clearly demonstrated in it.Look for the red book and the blue "superbible."They cover everything you need.There are also books specific to ES.Make sure to get a good 1.1 one and not a 2.0-only one.

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Android :: Drawing 2D Stuff On Screen In OpenGL Over 3D Scene

Jun 27, 2010

Can somebody take me step-by-step how to draw 2D stuff over a 3D scene (such as controls, etc.). What I've been doing so far has not been working (it only draws the 3D scene), which is (in every frame): draw the 3D scene as normal, projection matrix mode, load identity, call GLU.gluOrtho2D(gl, 0, myScreenWidthInPixels, 0, myScreenHeightInPixels), switch the array pointers (vertices and texture coords) to the ones for my 2D stuff, then drawElements with an appropriate index list. (then switch the array pointers back so the 3D stuff works again).I get nothing added to the screen (just the 3D stuff).Do I need to be doing something else for it to draw? Can somebody take me step-by-step?

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Android :: Changing Drawing With OpenGl When User Touches Screen

Nov 10, 2010

I'm developing an Android application. I'm very new on it. I have the following classes:
class CustomGLSurfaceView extends GLSurfaceView
class CustomRenderer implements GLSurfaceView.Renderer
CustomGLSurfaceView uses CustomRenderer to render a cube on onDrawFrame method.

I've added an onTouchEvent(MotionEvent event) on CustomGLSurfaceView to manage touch events:
class CustomGLSurfaceView extends GLSurfaceView {
// For touch inputs - previous touch (x, y)
private float previousX; private float previousY;
private CustomRenderer myRenderer; public CustomGLSurfaceView(Context context) {
super(context); myRenderer = new CustomRenderer(); setRenderer(myRenderer);
} @Override public boolean onTouchEvent(MotionEvent event) {
float currentX = event.getX(); float currentY = event.getY();
switch (event.getAction()) { case MotionEvent.ACTION_MOVE:
myRenderer.handleMovement(currentY, currentY, previousX, previousY);
} // Save current x, y
previousX = currentX; previousY = currentY;
return true; // Event handled } }

May I have to modify onDrawFrame to draw something new or to rotate the cube? I thing I must do it on handleMovement.

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Android :: Drawing A Nine Patch Image

Nov 29, 2009

I'm trying to create on of these images, but Eclipse won't accept it once I've used the draw9patch tool. I've found other people having the same problem, and saw this comment: I discovered later that the problem I was having was caused by the image not being exactly true to the nine-patch spec as defined in the documentation. Once I fixed the image to have a clean (i.e., no gradients etc) one pixel border it was fine. "'m not much good when it comes to image design. What does this mean, how do I create my original png file to meet the specification for Nine Patch?

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Android :: Drawing An EditText On Top Of An Image

Aug 14, 2010

I am creating a custom view which has an image. The image can be of any type. What i want to achieve is that i want to draw an EditText control on top of the image so that the user can add some values to it. I am not sure how to achieve this. The onDraw control will not allow me to draw any view right? I am new to android so any help would be appreaciated.

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Android :: Drawing Lines On Top Of A Image View

Jul 13, 2010

I am trying to put a background image and draw on top of that screen. I assumed activity will have a on draw method, but it does not have. it seems i need to use surfaceview. Can I put a surfaceview on top of the image view and make it transparent ? any example/tutorial i can refer to ?

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Android : Achieve Perspective Drawing Of An Image

Jul 15, 2009

Is there any way to achieve perspective drawing of an image.. are there any APIs.. or is OpenGL the only solution..

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Android :: Drawing Image In Full Screen On Different Device

Sep 3, 2009

My application required to draw image on full screen. now the phone screen size will be different. So will i have to make different image for each phone or i can use just one image and it can display on full screen in any device.

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Android :: Draw Png Image And Run Opengl

Mar 14, 2009

Is it possible to draw a png image and then to run opengl operations on it with android? Is this the right forum to ask this? where can i get more information on doing such stuff?

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Android :: Background Image In Opengl

Apr 18, 2010

Let me know how to set up a background image in opengl. You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Android Developers" group. To post to this group, send email to android-developers@googlegroups.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to android-developers+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers?hl=en

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Android :: 2d Background Image On 3d OpenGL Game

Feb 12, 2009

I need to draw a background of 320 x 480 (fullscreen) for a OpenGL game. What I did was to stretch the texture to 512 x 512 and mapped it to 320,480 quad and then drew the rest of the game elements. I tried changing the texture image to 256x256 and no noticeable improvement in speed. Game was horribly slow even on the real device. It is actually slower on the device than on the emulator... I think i am the first one to have such a situation.. I am drawing a max of 12 triangles only 2 for background and rest are 64 x 64 textures. on 5 quad made with 10 triangles. I have disabled Depth, Lighting already. Only blending enabled as I use transparent PNG for texture of sprites. render cycle is like this - draw the background - draw the sprites (only 5) [with 10 triangles only] - swapbuffer... Please don't advice me to use 2d canvas, bitmap etc... I need to do it in OpenGL only. don't think OpenGL ES 1.0 is so incapable that it can't give me atleast 25-30 fps with just 12 triangles which you one 256x256 texture and one 64x64 textures (used by 5 quads...

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Android :: Project For Preview Image On Opengl Texture?

Dec 10, 2009

I'm trying to get the preview images of the android Camera onto a opengl texture. I have been successful so far, it works most of the times. Though sometimes I will just get a black screen when starting/ resuming the application. I have been debugging for days, not finding any clue. When debugging I noticed that both the camera callback and the onDrawFrame are called in such situations. the bytearray of the camera does contain data.

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Android :: OpenGL Speed Issue - Code Contribution To Other OpenGL

Feb 25, 2009

Single Threaded OpenGL game ! (check bottom, you can download and use the helper class) Lighting disabled ! Depth Buffer disabled ! Culling enabled ! Textures disabled !

Just 176 integers (x,y values only) making 88 vertexes along with 132 index numbers making "44 triangles only"

Framerates I get is

with GL_BLENDING disabled - 145 fps approx only! enabled - 110 fps approx only!

I have the screenshot of exact code in the draw function here.. just 2 damn lines ! I have hidden only the comments.. click here to see it http://prasna991.googlepages.com/drawframe.png

variable details in the 2 lines of code =========================== ipts = 176 elements (only x and y for each vertex) totallinetriangles * 3 = 176 lineindexes = 132 elements - type "short"

Here is the screenshot of output drawing and how it will look like http://prasna991.googlepages.com/screen.png

OpenGL single threaded Initialization Helper ================================ Here is my OpenGL helper class.. makes the OpenGL initialization for newbies a cakewalk http://prasna991.googlepages.com/OpenGLHelperclass.txt

I tested by rendering on the touch event only.. frame rate drops only when u touch and drag and here I have just tested by tapping and releasing gently on the emulator and on the device

Is this the device limitations ? So graphics is actually a lot lot lot slower than on iPhone ?

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Android :: NDK OpenGL - Mixing Java And Native - C - Calls To OpenGL API

Jul 24, 2010

I would like to be able to use the OpenGL API from both Java and C (via NDK).

In Java, there is a GL object passed, which has all GL methods on it.

In C, you just talk to the native library.

In a single onDrawFrame callback (for which Java is passed a GL), can I use methods on the GL object, and also call NDK methods which access the openGL library?

In other words, is the GL object just a wrapper for the same instance of the native library?

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Android :: Reverse Image Load Order - Loading Animation In A Image View While The Real Image Is Loaded?

Jul 21, 2010

I use http://stackoverflow.com/questions/541966/android-how-do-i-do-a-lazy-load-of-images-in-listview/3068012#3068012 to load images in a ListView and a GridView. It works but the images are loaded form bpttom to top. How to fix that?

Bonus Question: Can I use a loading animation in a image view while the real image is loaded? Right now it's just a default image.

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Android :: What Is Radio Image / Flash Image / System Image?

Dec 7, 2009

It will be helpful if any one can help me out in understanding the concept of radio,flash,system image in android mobile device. Also why are they required? and what is their role in Device?

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Android : Best Drawing App?

Jul 21, 2010

What is your best drawing app?

I've tried Draw!, Draw(er), and MagicMarker, but I dunno, they each have their pros and cons and can't find one that suits me well. I'm not looking for Photoshop on my phone, but something better than a colored line. So what is your best drawing app?

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Android :: Drawing And Animating?

Nov 5, 2010

This is more of a question about animating than a specific problem coding. i need to fill in the broad strokes left by the research i've been doing.

What i'm trying to do:

The activity should load with only the a togglebutton visible. when the button is touched, a png will be animated to a certain position relative to the togglebutton. also, another button will slide in from off screen and slide off if/when the togglebutton is pressed again.

What i can't figure out:

I can draw an image, but only via xml. creating an imageview and setting the background programmatically does nothing.

When i draw from xml, i can't move the image when the togglebutton is pressed like i want to. when i call getPositionOnScreen() i get a null pointer, even though the complier can see i'm referring to the imageview described in both xml and in code.

I'm calling getPositionOnScreen because via xml, i have the image positioned behind the togglebutton so that it's not visible until the button has been pressed and the image starts moving. the idea is that with different screen sizes i won't know exactly where the view is until runtime. getPostionOnScreen allows me to get the coordinates of the imageview so i know where it has been positioned. when i have a start position, can tell it to "move up" on the screen from behind the togglebutton by simply adding to x or y until it's where i want.

This is the code to draw the image (inserted in the onCreate method).

CODE:.......

This is the code i'm using to animate. when the button is clicked, it calls this method on the view from the listener.

CODE:...............

I'm well aware that this is horribly wrong and won't work. what i need to understand is why.

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Android : App That 'animates' Drawing?

Apr 18, 2010

I'm trying to learn about Android programming by rewriting a C app I've moved from DOS to X-windows to Windows as a learning tool. It's just a silly little app that draws symmetrical 'game of life' patterns on the screen in a kaleidoscopic fashion. It's structured so that the patterns do their own animations. I.e. there's a 'Life' class that produces the next generation and redraws itself from the center outward, inserting delays to produce a kaleidoscopic effect.

I've got it so that the patterns draw - I took the LunarLander sample as a starting point, and an drawing on a SurfaceView. But my problem is with timing the 'animations'. I'm not doing traditional animation, where I build a whole frame and then draw it, but the surface seems to want to draw itself completely on each iteration of my loop, so my inserted sleep's don't insert delay in the right places.

So my questions:

1. Is there a more direct way to write to the screen than via a SurfaceView? If I did that, would the various steps of my 'animation' occur as I drew them, producing the desired effect. 2. If such a drawing method exists, would I be wasting my time learning how to use it? 3. What's the 'standard' way to do this kind of animation?

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Android : API For Drawing Chart

Oct 8, 2010

Is there any api for drawing financial chart in android.

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Android :: Drawing Circle In MapView

Oct 29, 2010

Trying to draw a circle at a longitude/latitude position. The circle below doesn't show up, does anybody know why?

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Android :: Return Value Of Get Drawing Cache

Jun 17, 2009

From the JavaDoc, it said it returns 'a bitmap representing this view or null if cache is disabled'. My question is what if the View is longer than the phone screen (you need to scroll vertically), what does the bitmap return? * only the visible portion of the view * everything the view has (both visible + invisible part)

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Android :: Having Offscreen Drawing Of A View

May 26, 2010

I'm having a small problem with drawing a View offscreen to a Bitmap. The View is created using LayoutInflater.inflate(int resource, ViewGroup root) with null passed to the root parameter. The View has a fixed size (200x180 pixels). I can create a Bitmap for this View either by using the method View.getDrawingCache() or by calling View.draw(Canvas canvas) using a Canvas that in turn has a backing Bitmap. This works fine if the View doesn't change after the inflate. However, if I have a TextView inside my View that I will update, the size of the TextView is never updated regardless of what method I call on the View (requestLayout(), forceLayout() invalidate() etc.). If I display the View on screen directly, everything works fine (sizes are updated as needed, etc.). What is the correct way of drawing Views off screen and being able to update their layout when needed?

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Android :: Why Drawing In View Not Take Effect?

Mar 31, 2009

I'm trying to create a custom widget which looks lick HTML table. I chose to derive from TableLayout, which is the subclass of ViewGroup and View. What's confusing me is that the drawing I put into my override of View.onDraw did not take effect, until I moved the codes to the override of ViewGroup.dispatchDraw. I know dispatchDraw is a good place to draw something, but I'm just wondering why there's such difference in my practice?

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Android :: Drawing Text Upside Down

Apr 5, 2010

I'm trying to build a custom clock view in Android. See image http://twitpic.com/1devk7.So far to draw the time and hour markers I have been using the Canvas.rotate method to get the desired effect. However, notice that it is difficult to interpret the numbers in the lower half of the clock (e.g. 6 or 9?) because of the angle in which they are drawn.When using drawText, is it possible to draw the text at 45/90/180 degrees so that all text appears upright when my onDraw method has finished?

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Android :: Drawing On WVGA Screen?

Jan 7, 2010

I wrote a reading software. I implemented the page turning effect when user tap the screen to turn to next/pre page. The display is ok on G1 (320X200 size) but it can not works well on Droid(480*854 size), the font looks a litter fuzzy, not clear as G1. I explain my codes for page turning:

1) create a canvas A

2) create bitmap.

3) set bitmap on canvas A

4) draw the new page content on canvas A

5) the current showing page has been saved in bitmap before since we do from step 1) to setp 4),

6) In order to implement the turning effect of scrolling from left to right, I draw the old bitmap part and draw the new bitmap part until the whole new bitmap has been drawn. all of bitmaps are drawing by canvas.drawBitmap() in onDraw() function.

7) when step 6) is done, it means the new page has been shown on screen, and the bitmap has been saved to use in next page turning.

The above is the whole actions for my page turning. On G1, no problem. But on Droid phone, the font is not clear, I tried if I directly draw text by canvas in OnDraw() not through bitmap, It is ok, but it can not implement the page turning effect that I need. I don't know why, could you please help me to take a look and tell me where is wrong or miss some steps?

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Android :: How To Add A Line Drawing To ListView

Jul 28, 2009

When I try extending the View class to a subclass that will underline portions of the text drawn by ListView, the code compiles okay but results in a runtime exception apparently due to an improper class cast. Does anyone see what I've done wrong or have suggestions about getting access to the Canvas of ListView items so portions of text can be underlined?

Here is the code, which is the Efficient Adapter View/List example from ApiDemos with an added UnderlinedView class.

CODE:........

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Oct 8, 2010

How to draw chart like the following image in android.what is the tool can we use?

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Android :: FrameLayout For Drawing Overlays In Game?

Nov 15, 2010

I've got a game, a custom View class draws my gameboard. I'm thinking of drawing some elements on a separate layer above the gameboard. I could do this in the View's canvas code, but since they won't change frequently, was thinking of introducing a frame layout to display this top layer.I'm not sure which route to take, the only reason I wouldn't do the FrameLayout is because I'm not sure if it has an impact on battery life. Everytime onDraw() is called, the system probably has to do an alpha composition of the two layers. Is that more battery consuming than drawing the elements from that layer myself in my canvas on every frame? Hard to answer since I'm not sure how complex the drawing will be yet, any general opinions?

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