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  • Jan 26 2019 03:11
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Is there any follow up with newer version of numpy?
I have fixed some minor errors manually
Benoit Tachet
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I'm trying to use glumpy to display some figures using transparency, and I am wondering about one thing that I discovered using one of the examples :
I'm currently using the cube example (solid-cube.py), and I wanted to change the alpha of its color. However, doing so makes the faces sometimes look different according to the rotation angle, like on this image :

Would anyone have an idea about why this does happen ?
Le minaw

Would anyone have an idea about why this does happen ?

Hard to say without manipulating the actual program
Note you have some exemples of OIT (order independant transparency) implementation there: https://github.com/glumpy/glumpy/tree/master/examples/transparency

Peter Vince
I'm trying to draw several objects, all of the same type, each with rotation and translation and specified colour. Should I use Collections as I can't seem to get it working otherwise? Are there examples to look at?
Hi! First of all: fantastic project and excellent book/tutorial. I have tried to use this module for some time, my end goal is to use it for visualizing CFD-calculations. Anyways: Right now I am trying to learn about buffering data to the GPU. I find the documentation a little sparse. The goal with the above code is to write a program that gives the GPU some data which the GPU then performs some sort of calculation on, after which I reach into the buffered memory and get the calculated data out. It runs without crashing, but does not seem to return correct values. Anyone able to give me a hint as to what is wrong? I am obviously an amature at this, and there is probably something conceptually really wrong here.
Nicolas P. Rougier
To read data from the GPU, you'll need to use a framebuffer. There are some examples in the source directory.
Alex Sizov
I need to visualization a 3D numpy array with a size of 900x900x100. The value of the array elements is 0 ... 255. Can someone share an example for this type of visualization?
I am trying to create a basic "Hello world Triangle" using glumpy. I am getting a triangle when vertices are only among four corner points of the frame and in other cases, the entire screen is getting cleared(Insted of getting a small triangle inside the frame). what changes needed to be done? (Even not working for quad drawing given in documentation)
Hey, I am trying to create a visualization where I would also like to add some labels using texts and fonts as described here: https://glumpy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/examples-text.html. The problem that I have is, that the text is only displayed once after I opened a new terminal. So what actually happens is that everything works fine the first time I run the program but if I close the window and re-run the program in the same terminal, the labels won't be displayed anymore. What I have to do is opening a new terminal and run the program there so that the labels are displayed again. Is there any way to avoid this? Thanks in advance!
Hello, I came across glumpy because I'm trying to convert samples from a data set into images. I have been using matplotlib in my test however it is far too slow to perform on millions of samples. Glumpy seems promising. I'm never actually viewing the images created, I'm feeding them into a neural network for feature extraction with convolution, so what I really need to do is get the image data from the framebuffer to pass into the neural net. I can't find, in the documentation, a method for extracting the framebuffer data. Am I incorrect in thinking glumpy would be suitable for this purpose?
Hiro Protagonist

I'm looking for an example where one inherits from app.Window instead of using the @window.* decorators.

I tried this, and my on_draw is never called:

class TestWindow(app.Window):
    def __init__(self,  *args, **kwargs):
        print(args, kwargs)
        super().__init__(*args, **kwargs)
        console = app.Console(rows=10, cols=80, scale=4, color = (1.0,1.0,1.0,1) )
        console._default_foreground = 1,0,1,1
        console._default_background = 0,1,0,1
        self.console = console

    def on_draw(self, dt):
            window = self
            console = self.console
            console.write("hello world")
Dhawal S

Hey, I am trying to write the contents of the CUDA buffer onto the torch tensor based on the example given here.
The example is very insightful but does the task in reverse. I have altered the
Functions set_src_device -> set_src_array and set_dst_array -> set_dst_array
Unfortunately, I am unable to retrieve the data correctly. I have torch tensor of type 'f4' and texture also created with type 'f4' instead of 'uint8' as given in the example.

Can anyone let me know why?!

Nicolas P. Rougier
Best would be top open an isue on GitHub with a precse decription of the problem/output
Dhawal S
Is it possible to integrate glumpy with kivy?
Nicolas P. Rougier
I'm not familia enough with kivy to give you an answer. If kivy provide a GL context, that could be possible. It woul require to run the glumpy event loop manually but there is an example in the examples directory.

Hello, I have a small problem with glumpy and I did not find an answer on the internet so I take the liberty of asking my question here. I would like to call several programs at different times. For example, every 10 seconds I want my window to change the program that is called. For this I have built a list of programs and I simply iterate over the programs in my list. However, only the first program in the list is displayed correctly, then I have a black screen for all the other programs and the window reactivates when I come back to the first program. If someone can help me that would be really great. Thanks in advance!

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I found the problem, my on resize function was not called when I changed the program. Thanks anyway! And thanks for glumpy, this library is really useful for me.
Kevin B Kenny
Can anyone point me to an example of using the Trackball transformation with a viewport smaller than the window? So far, everything I've tried either corrupts the aspect ratio or fails to respond to the mouse. The closest I've come was to set up the viewport with code borrowed from examples/snippet-viewport.py. It gave a decent looking image at first, but any trackball motion simply flipped the image 180°. I'm pretty sure it's the event wiring that I've got wrong. The vertex shader is pretty trivial - gl_Position=trackball(a_position); <viewport.transform>; and the fragment shader begins with <viewport.clipping>. Everything is fine if I use the default viewport, or if I constrain the viewport and don't wire the trackball.
Kevin B Kenny
Got it - I have to NOT attach either viewport or trackball to the main window, and instead implement on_resize, on_mouse_drag and on_mouse_scroll. on_resize has to hand the sub-viewport size to the trackball, and set viewport('global'] and viewport['extents']. on_mouse_drag and on_mouse_scroll both check if (x,y) is in the extent, and only then do transform.on_mouse_drag and transform.on_mouse_scroll. Seems as if it oughtn't to be this hard, but at least that part of my program is working now.
Alex Dinkelacker

During install from command line --> encountered error.
Is this an issue with Windows 11?

Snippets below from the output after trying to "pip install glumpy"

× Running setup.py install for glumpy did not run successfully.
│ exit code: 1
╰─> [373 lines of output]

× Encountered error while trying to install package.
╰─> glumpy

Kevin Eales
Have any of you managed to get fullscreen working? app.use('glfw'); window = app.Window(*size, fullscreen=True, decoration=False, context=None) doesn't seem to do anything