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The Hardware 3D series (HW3D) teaches the Direct3D 11 API and HLSL (High Level Shader Language). This includes basic instruction in the Windows API for the purposes of creating a window and processing input messages. The goal of this seriesis to give the student the skills necessary to create a basic 3D engine in Direct3D in C++ from scratch. This series builds upon the concepts introduced in previous series.

List of Tutorials

Tutorial Number Title Release Date Runtime
0 Hardware 3D [Introduction] December 16, 2018 7:48
This video talks about the course syllabus for the Hardware 3D tutorial series (the shit we gonna learn) and the prerequisites for following this series (what you need to know, and what you need to have). Use it to get an idea of what this series is about, and whether you have what it takes to follow along. If you don't know this shit, it's okay to just come along for the ride if you interested; you'll learn something at least. But if you decide you wanna dig deep and master the material, check out the links on this page for my C++ series and the 3D Fundamentals series.
1 Hardware 3D [WinMain] December 20, 2018 10:49
To start of our majickal journey of bullshit, we create a fresh, empty Visual Studio solution, configure that fucker to our liking, and write our Windows entry point. Also, some talking about how Windows do.
2 Hardware 3D [Window Creation] December 22, 2018 18:42
Registering a window class and creating our first window. Popping that MSDN cherry too.
3 Hardware 3D [Message Loop / WndProc] December 27, 2018 17:18
Windows message pump, window procedure, and event-driven programming in general. Getting messages, dispatching those bad boys, and processing them.
4 Hardware 3D [Windows Messages] December 30, 2018 13:30
We set out on an expedition into WM_LAND, surveying what messages are sent to our window and trying our hand at handling some keyboard messages.
5 Hardware 3D [WM_CHAR / Mouse] January 5, 2019 10:28
Concluding our exploration of window message bullshits with WM_CHAR and mouse messages.
6 Hardware 3D [Window Framework] January 11, 2019 28:14
In this video I go over the construction of our Window class framework. Of special interest is the mechanism by which a member function is hooked into the Windows message handling system via a static thunking function.
7 Hardware 3D [Error Handling / Custom Icons] January 18, 2019 25:18
You gotta check your goddamn error codes. Also, adding custom icons for your apps is sexy shit.
8 Hardware 3D [Keyboard / WM_SYSKEYDOWN] January 26, 2019 19:05
A nice little component to encapsulate access to the keyboard input.
9 Hardware 3D [Mouse / Mouse Capture] January 31, 2019 18:05
A nice little component to encapsulate access to the mouse input.
10 Hardware 3D [App class / PeekMessage] February 3, 2019 11:47
We create a small App class which will act as the top level of our application object, owning the main window and top level game constructs.
11 Hardware 3D [COM (Component Object Model)] February 8, 2019 37:05
Direct3D 11 is mostly interfaced with as a collection of COM (Component Object Model) objects. In this tutorial we learn about the fundamental concepts and techniques of Microsoft COM.
12 Hardware 3D [D3D Architecture / Swap Chain] February 16, 2019 17:45
Before diving straight into the Direct3D 11 code, we take a video and look at the overall object architecture of D3D, the process of initializing the core objects, and some specific concepts such as the swap chain and feature level vs. API version.
13 Hardware 3D [Device Init / Fill Screen / Present] February 22, 2019 19:06
In this video we create the mother of all D3D11 objects--the device. We also learn how to present the backbuffer (flip/swap) and how to fill the screen with a solid color, and we create a nifty little class Graphics to hold all this bullshit.
14 Hardware 3D [Debug Layer Diagnostics] March 2, 2019 17:42
Error reporting and rich diagnostics. These are what separate a professional engineer's approach to tackling a new API from the finger-up-butting of an amateur.
15 Hardware 3D [ComPtr Smart Pointer] March 6, 2019 10:50
Smart pointers make everything better. There is a smart pointer for COM interfaces called ComPtr. We are going to use the fuck out of this beautiful bastard.
16 Hardware 3D [First Triangle] March 9, 2019 31:43+
Who knew it took so much goddamn code to draw a single freaking triangle?
17 Hardware 3D [Pipeline Exploration] March 23, 2019 24:23
In this video we get a little more familiar with the rendering pipeline as we fiddle with the various settings and try all sorts of variations out.
18 Hardware 3D [Constant Buffers] March 30, 2019 15:56
Constant buffers allow us to pass data along to our shaders that remain uniform across all vertices/pixels/etc. in a single draw call. Use them for stuff like binding your transformation matrices to your vertex shader.
19 Hardware 3D [DirectXMath] April 6, 2019 18:57
The DirectXMath utility library gives you a buttload of ready-made routines for matrix and vector operations. SIMD support is the icing on the cake.
20 Hardware 3D [3D Cube / Z-Buffer] April 13, 2019 23:03
First 3D cube, indexed solid color shader, and Z-buffer setup. Tons o fun to be had in this one bois.
21 Hardware 3D [Bindable / Drawable System] April 20, 2019 24:32+
In this three-part tutorial, we take a break from Direct3D api stuff to set up a better system for organizing Drawables and Bindables. Low coupling, high cohesion, and dynamic bullshits for the win.
22 Hardware 3D [Texture Mapping] May 4, 2019 22:48
In this video we add texture mapping to our arsenal of Bindable abilities. It takes two (Binables) to dance the texturing tango (you need a Texture (view) and a Sampler). We also add some code from previous tutorials for the loading of image files.
23 Hardware 3D [Test GUI (imgui) / Camera] May 11, 2019 25:20
Adding a GUI system (imgui) to the engine to better help us control our tests.
24 Hardware 3D [Dynamic Lighting / Graphics Debugger] May 18, 2019 28:56+
In this tutorial we write our first non-trivial shader program--basic point light pixel shading with specular highlights. We take this opportunity to check out the functionality of the Graphics Debugger (it's pretty dope).
25 Hardware 3D [Mesh Loading Assimp / Git History Fixing] June 8, 2019 23:12
We incorporate the Assimp library into our engine, load a basic mesh, and we also get an impromptu lesson in Git manipulation.
26 Hardware 3D [Dynamic Vertex / Template Metaprogramming Bullshit] June 16, 2019 43:48
This video is a bit of a diversion from the graphics stuff to do a little bit of experimentation and brainstorming with data structure and meta-programming. The goal is to replace the functionality of what you can do with the struct keyword at compile time with a system that does the same things, but at runtime, and with reflection capabilities.
27 Hardware 3D [Scene Graph] June 28, 2019 27:50
Now it's time to use Assimp as more than just a glorified mesh loader. We're going to create a data structure to load a hierarchical tree of nodes with attached meshes, and the code needed to load that data from an Assimp scene.
28 Hardware 3D [Node Tree / Transform Propagation] July 6, 2019 29:40
In this video we explore the tree structure of the hierarchy of nodes (using ImGui stuff), and we explore how transforms propagate down that tree. We also look into loading model file formats other than .obj (.gtlf), and we upgrade our Assimp dependency to a version that isn't COMPLETELY BROKEN.
29 Hardware 3D [Cursor Hide / Cursor Confine] July 13, 2019 13:33
We take the first step in creating a free mouse-look camera control by adding the ability to hide the Windows cursor as well as the ability to confine the cursor to our window.
30 Hardware 3D [Raw Mouse Input] July 21, 2019 13:38
Using Windows Raw Input to get that sweet-sweet relative mouse movement data directly from the device.
31 Hardware 3D [First Person Camera] July 27, 2019 17:05
First person free mouse look camera using the DirectX Math LookAt matrix transformation function.
32 Hardware 3D [Material Loading] August 4, 2019 26:50
Oh my gawd look at how sexy nanoboi is. Materials are the bomb-diggity.
33 Hardware 3D [Bindable Codex] August 12, 2019 32:53
Time to take out the trash, i.e. clean up the Drawable / Bindable system. Going to create a central repository (Codex in chili parlance) to manage Bindables to be shared between any Drawable.
34 Hardware 3D [Normal Mapping Part 1] August 27, 2019 26:40+
Normal mapping is like what texture mapping would be if it actually lived up to its name. Time to learn about tangent space and other such weird things, I guess.
35 Hardware 3D [Extreme Goblin Energy] September 21, 2019 33:45
36 Hardware 3D [Renormalization] September 29, 2019 34:45
This tutorial is really an assortment a various topics. The main one here is the shader accuracy issue of renormalizing normal vectors, particularly after interpolation. Also, organization of shader code with the HLSL preprocessor is featured prominently. And don't miss the part where we flex our Graphics Debugger muscles again.
37 Hardware 3D [Sponza Test Map] October 12, 2019 32:26
We load the Sponza test scene from Crytek, while also exploring more about materials and how to unscrew them. This scene will form the environment and motivation for several future tutorials.