devtea

Hello all! Welcome to the Dev Tea Shader page!

 

Links

Here is where you can access the different editors:
* Kodelife (https://hexler.net/products/kodelife) (not open source, but the most polished)
* ISF editor (https://docs.vidvox.net/freebies_isf_editor.html) (open source, fits into other VJ softwares, no live compilation)
Here is the editor I’m using today!
* The Force (https://videodromm.com/The_Force/?) (Also open source & online editor (no download needed) I also just started using this)

 

Here you can find boiler plate code I’m going to be walking through:

  1. Kodelife: https://gist.github.com/CharStiles/69e7fa8d16dcbd4c02f7b8947706a559
  2. The Force: https://gist.github.com/CharStiles/34ff172942ad63c1fa7e4eedc5624eee
  3. ISF Editor: https://gist.github.com/CharStiles/f49fcd90134ca75ebace1fb43d2276cd

 

Here you can find the glsl sticker sheethttps://gist.github.com/CharStiles/e6fec016967c6c8fd648aa4b6c0055cc

 

Here you can find the slides:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1qfO0vzABYi3XZIh1V7cerD14xBGORz082wnB5E4y428/edit?usp=sharing

Next Steps

These are some specific suggestions from me if you want to continue learning but don’t know how to start.

1. Learn the maths from The Book of Shaders
** If you haven’t looked at this already, look through it! Its wonderfully paced and has a lot of versatile useful information. [https://thebookofshaders.com/]

2. Get into 3D!
** This tutorial here: https://github.com/ajweeks/RaymarchingWorkshop is super thorough and really useful!

** I wrote a really basic ray marcher that will work in kodelife: https://gist.github.com/CharStiles/0308b7c0cd4807e871f08250d57d0ec8 

4. Get involved Online
Lets make a lil gallery of the things we make! Send me links to screenshots of your work 🙂

for example here is a gallery from another workshop: http://charstiles.com/livecode-tep-gallery/