View3DScene is a convenience wrapper aiming at simplifying the set up of a 3D scene and the loading of a glTF 2 scene file. More...
View3D is a convenience wrapper aiming at simplifying the set up of a 3D scene and the loading of a glTF 2 scene file.
The property KuesaUtils::View3DScene::ready and signal View3DScene::readyChanged can be used to detect when the scene is visible on screen and therefore synchronize with other aspect of your application.
When used in conjunction with KuesaUtils::SceneConfiguration this class makes it convenient to set up a Kuesa renderer that can easily load and unload scenes.
Kuesa::AnimationPlayer and Kuesa::TransformTracker instances defined on the activeScene will be added. Additionally, the View3DScene will take care of population the camera, screenSize and sceneEntity properties.
Furthermore, animation playback and control is abstracted by convenience methods on the View3DScene instance.
activeScene : KuesaUtils::SceneConfiguration
If this points to a valid KuesaUtils::SceneConfiguration instance, the KuesaUtils::View3DScene::source, KuesaUtils::View3DScene::cameraName as well as the Kuesa::AnimationPlayer and Kuesa::TransformTracker instances will be automatically set based on the values provided by the SceneConfiguration. This offers a convenient way of specifying content when dealing with multiple scenes.
If true, glTF parsing is performed in a non blocking manner from a secondary thread. This is false by default.
frameGraph : Kuesa::ForwardRenderer
importer : Kuesa::GLTF2Importer
This is true once the glTF file has been properly loaded. The scene might not be visible on screen when this becomes true.
This is true once the glTF file has been properly loaded and that Qt 3D GPU resources have been succesfully loaded onto the GPU. The scene should be visible on screen when this becomes true.
Specifies whether the Qt 3D debug overlay should be displayed.
Note: this only works when Qt is running with its OpenGL backend.