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/// @ref gtc_matrix_transform
/// @file glm/gtc/matrix_transform.hpp
/// @date 2009-04-29 / 2011-05-16
/// @author Christophe Riccio
///
/// @see core (dependence)
/// @see gtx_transform
/// @see gtx_transform2
///
/// @defgroup gtc_matrix_transform GLM_GTC_matrix_transform
/// @ingroup gtc
///
/// @brief Defines functions that generate common transformation matrices.
///
/// The matrices generated by this extension use standard OpenGL fixed-function
/// conventions. For example, the lookAt function generates a transform from world
/// space into the specific eye space that the projective matrix functions
/// (perspective, ortho, etc) are designed to expect. The OpenGL compatibility
/// specifications defines the particular layout of this eye space.
///
/// <glm/gtc/matrix_transform.hpp> need to be included to use these functionalities.
///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

#pragma once

// Dependencies
#include "../mat4x4.hpp"
#include "../vec2.hpp"
#include "../vec3.hpp"
#include "../vec4.hpp"
#include "../gtc/constants.hpp"

#if(defined(GLM_MESSAGES) && !defined(GLM_EXT_INCLUDED))
#       pragma message("GLM: GLM_GTC_matrix_transform extension included")
#endif

namespace glm
{
        /// @addtogroup gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @{

        /// Builds a translation 4 * 4 matrix created from a vector of 3 components.
        ///
        /// @param m Input matrix multiplied by this translation matrix.
        /// @param v Coordinates of a translation vector.
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @code
        /// #include <glm/glm.hpp>
        /// #include <glm/gtc/matrix_transform.hpp>
        /// ...
        /// glm::mat4 m = glm::translate(glm::mat4(1.0f), glm::vec3(1.0f));
        /// // m[0][0] == 1.0f, m[0][1] == 0.0f, m[0][2] == 0.0f, m[0][3] == 0.0f
        /// // m[1][0] == 0.0f, m[1][1] == 1.0f, m[1][2] == 0.0f, m[1][3] == 0.0f
        /// // m[2][0] == 0.0f, m[2][1] == 0.0f, m[2][2] == 1.0f, m[2][3] == 0.0f
        /// // m[3][0] == 1.0f, m[3][1] == 1.0f, m[3][2] == 1.0f, m[3][3] == 1.0f
        /// @endcode
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @see - translate(tmat4x4<T, P> const & m, T x, T y, T z)
        /// @see - translate(tvec3<T, P> const & v)
        template <typename T, precision P>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, P> translate(
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & m,
                tvec3<T, P> const & v);
               
        /// Builds a rotation 4 * 4 matrix created from an axis vector and an angle.
        ///
        /// @param m Input matrix multiplied by this rotation matrix.
        /// @param angle Rotation angle expressed in radians.
        /// @param axis Rotation axis, recommanded to be normalized.
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Supported: half, float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @see - rotate(tmat4x4<T, P> const & m, T angle, T x, T y, T z)
        /// @see - rotate(T angle, tvec3<T, P> const & v)
        template <typename T, precision P>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, P> rotate(
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & m,
                T angle,
                tvec3<T, P> const & axis);

        /// Builds a scale 4 * 4 matrix created from 3 scalars.
        ///
        /// @param m Input matrix multiplied by this scale matrix.
        /// @param v Ratio of scaling for each axis.
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @see - scale(tmat4x4<T, P> const & m, T x, T y, T z)
        /// @see - scale(tvec3<T, P> const & v)
        template <typename T, precision P>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, P> scale(
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & m,
                tvec3<T, P> const & v);

        /// Creates a matrix for an orthographic parallel viewing volume.
        ///
        /// @param left
        /// @param right
        /// @param bottom
        /// @param top
        /// @param zNear
        /// @param zFar
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @see - glm::ortho(T const & left, T const & right, T const & bottom, T const & top)
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> ortho(
                T left,
                T right,
                T bottom,
                T top,
                T zNear,
                T zFar);

        /// Creates a matrix for projecting two-dimensional coordinates onto the screen.
        ///
        /// @param left
        /// @param right
        /// @param bottom
        /// @param top
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @see - glm::ortho(T const & left, T const & right, T const & bottom, T const & top, T const & zNear, T const & zFar)
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> ortho(
                T left,
                T right,
                T bottom,
                T top);

        /// Creates a frustum matrix.
        ///
        /// @param left
        /// @param right
        /// @param bottom
        /// @param top
        /// @param near
        /// @param far
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> frustum(
                T left,
                T right,
                T bottom,
                T top,
                T near,
                T far);

        /// Creates a matrix for a symetric perspective-view frustum.
        ///
        /// @param fovy Specifies the field of view angle, in degrees, in the y direction. Expressed in radians.
        /// @param aspect Specifies the aspect ratio that determines the field of view in the x direction. The aspect ratio is the ratio of x (width) to y (height).
        /// @param near Specifies the distance from the viewer to the near clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @param far Specifies the distance from the viewer to the far clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> perspective(
                T fovy,
                T aspect,
                T near,
                T far);

        /// Builds a perspective projection matrix based on a field of view.
        ///
        /// @param fov Expressed in radians.
        /// @param width
        /// @param height
        /// @param near Specifies the distance from the viewer to the near clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @param far Specifies the distance from the viewer to the far clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> perspectiveFov(
                T fov,
                T width,
                T height,
                T near,
                T far);

        /// Creates a matrix for a symmetric perspective-view frustum with far plane at infinite.
        ///
        /// @param fovy Specifies the field of view angle, in degrees, in the y direction. Expressed in radians.
        /// @param aspect Specifies the aspect ratio that determines the field of view in the x direction. The aspect ratio is the ratio of x (width) to y (height).
        /// @param near Specifies the distance from the viewer to the near clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> infinitePerspective(
                T fovy, T aspect, T near);

        /// Creates a matrix for a symmetric perspective-view frustum with far plane at infinite for graphics hardware that doesn't support depth clamping.
        ///
        /// @param fovy Specifies the field of view angle, in degrees, in the y direction. Expressed in radians.
        /// @param aspect Specifies the aspect ratio that determines the field of view in the x direction. The aspect ratio is the ratio of x (width) to y (height).
        /// @param near Specifies the distance from the viewer to the near clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> tweakedInfinitePerspective(
                T fovy, T aspect, T near);

        /// Creates a matrix for a symmetric perspective-view frustum with far plane at infinite for graphics hardware that doesn't support depth clamping.
        ///
        /// @param fovy Specifies the field of view angle, in degrees, in the y direction. Expressed in radians.
        /// @param aspect Specifies the aspect ratio that determines the field of view in the x direction. The aspect ratio is the ratio of x (width) to y (height).
        /// @param near Specifies the distance from the viewer to the near clipping plane (always positive).
        /// @param ep
        /// @tparam T Value type used to build the matrix. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, defaultp> tweakedInfinitePerspective(
                T fovy, T aspect, T near, T ep);

        /// Map the specified object coordinates (obj.x, obj.y, obj.z) into window coordinates.
        ///
        /// @param obj Specify the object coordinates.
        /// @param model Specifies the current modelview matrix
        /// @param proj Specifies the current projection matrix
        /// @param viewport Specifies the current viewport
        /// @return Return the computed window coordinates.
        /// @tparam T Native type used for the computation. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @tparam U Currently supported: Floating-point types and integer types.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T, typename U, precision P>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tvec3<T, P> project(
                tvec3<T, P> const & obj,
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & model,
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & proj,
                tvec4<U, P> const & viewport);

        /// Map the specified window coordinates (win.x, win.y, win.z) into object coordinates.
        ///
        /// @param win Specify the window coordinates to be mapped.
        /// @param model Specifies the modelview matrix
        /// @param proj Specifies the projection matrix
        /// @param viewport Specifies the viewport
        /// @return Returns the computed object coordinates.
        /// @tparam T Native type used for the computation. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @tparam U Currently supported: Floating-point types and integer types.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T, typename U, precision P>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tvec3<T, P> unProject(
                tvec3<T, P> const & win,
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & model,
                tmat4x4<T, P> const & proj,
                tvec4<U, P> const & viewport);

        /// Define a picking region
        ///
        /// @param center
        /// @param delta
        /// @param viewport
        /// @tparam T Native type used for the computation. Currently supported: half (not recommanded), float or double.
        /// @tparam U Currently supported: Floating-point types and integer types.
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        template <typename T, precision P, typename U>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, P> pickMatrix(
                tvec2<T, P> const & center,
                tvec2<T, P> const & delta,
                tvec4<U, P> const & viewport);

        /// Build a look at view matrix.
        ///
        /// @param eye Position of the camera
        /// @param center Position where the camera is looking at
        /// @param up Normalized up vector, how the camera is oriented. Typically (0, 0, 1)
        /// @see gtc_matrix_transform
        /// @see - frustum(T const & left, T const & right, T const & bottom, T const & top, T const & nearVal, T const & farVal) frustum(T const & left, T const & right, T const & bottom, T const & top, T const & nearVal, T const & farVal)
        template <typename T, precision P>
        GLM_FUNC_DECL tmat4x4<T, P> lookAt(
                tvec3<T, P> const & eye,
                tvec3<T, P> const & center,
                tvec3<T, P> const & up);

        /// @}
}//namespace glm

#include "matrix_transform.inl"