Toy Shader in TinyGo for Game Boy Advance.

Overview

toyshader.gba

Toy Shader in TinyGo for Game Boy Advance.

Releases

  • v0.2: 80x80 screen with 3x2 pixel block version for drawing speed.
  • v0.1: 240x160 pixel screen version.

Build Environemnt

  • Ubuntu 20.04 currenly used, but any platform runs TinyGo possible.
  • Tiny Go version 0.18.0 linux/amd64 (using go version go1.16.4 and LLVM version 11.0.0)
  • make
  • VisualBoyAdvance version 1.8.0

Build examples.

Shader Values and Functions

all variable type is int16

R,G,B = { 0..255, 0..255, 0..255 }

  • u_resolution = { 240, 160 }
  • u_time = 0..35
  • u_mouse = { 0..240, 0..160 }
  • cdepth = 255 // color depth
  • vec2 has { x,y }
  • vec3 has { r,g,b }
  • sin() / cos() : radius = 80 and degree by 10
  • length(vec2, vec2) : euclidean distance ^2
  • dot(vec2, vec2)
  • fract(int16) : att like mod 80
  • pow(x int16, n int16) : x * (x/80)^(n-1)
  • mix(x vec3, y vec3, ratio int16) : mix x and y with ratio
  • normalizedXY(vec2) : convert native screen x,y position to normalized (0..80) value.
  • adjustedRGB(vec3) : convert normalized RGB (0..80) value to adjusted RGB (0..255) value.
  • shader.TurnPageByKey() : need to be called before Run() and you can turn screen by any key
  • shader.Run() : main loop

Build your shader

  • export GO111MODULE="off"
  • cd $GOPATH/src
  • git clone https://github.com/nobuh/toyshader.gba.git
  • cd toyshader.gba
  • write your shader in function shader() on the shader/code.go
  • if you want to use TurnPageByKey() mode, put it on main.go before Run()
  • make

How to run this demo on real hardware

I'm currently using Visual Boy Advance. Because it can load and run ROM cart memory (0x08000000) without Nintendo's ROM headers. It seems that the Visual Boy Advance can emulate the 3rd party Flash Cart Drive which has no Nintendo headers, so we don'nt need create ROM headers.

If you want to run this demo on real hardware or mGBA, pleae check devkitPro or similer tools.

Run as a demo on Windolws

  • Download visualboyadvance-m and extract

  • mkdir and put visualboyadvance-m and toyshader.bin

  • create a start.bat file contains

    start /max visulaboyadvance-m toyshader.bin
    
  • click start.bat to start and CTL-Q to quit

Acknowledgements

Issues
Releases(v0.2)
Owner
Nobuhiro Hatano
twitter @nobuhatano
Nobuhiro Hatano
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