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In the Crystal Space map file, the ‘orig’, ‘first’, and ‘second’ vertex keywords describe the texture plane. What Crystal Space does internally is to create a transformation matrix/vector which translates object space (3D coordinates) to texture space (u,v coordinates). Here is how this works.
First a few definitions:
origvector is Vo
firstvector is V1
secondvector is V2
Vo, V1 and V2 are vertices in object space. These define the local coordinate system for texture space. So we have the following mapping:
Vo ==> (0,0)
V1 ==> (L1,0)
V2 ==> (0,L2)
It is important to realize that the coordinate (0,0) in texture space is the top-left coordinate of the texture and (1,1) is the bottom-right corner. The coordinate (2,2) is thus the bottom-right corner of a tiled texture (2x2 times).
The conversion to the matrix happens as follows:
Vu = (len1 / l1) * (V1-Vo)
Vv = (len2 / l2) * (V2-Vo)
/ Vu.x Vv.x 1 \ Mot = | Vu.y Vv.y 1 | \ Vu.z Vv.z 1 /
The last column represents the W texture component which is not used.
Vot = <Vo.x Vo.y Vo.z>
So Mot and Vot are the transformation matrix/vector to go from object to texture space. Use these as follows:
T = Mot * (O - Vot)
With O being the object space vector that you want to convert and T the texture space vector. Only the x and y components are used of T. x represents u and y represents v.
Using the last equation you can convert every point of your polygon to texture space.
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