I got an idea to make world position materials for buildings’ walls, so they would be perfectly seamless no matter how poorly are the walls/meshes placed.
I managed to set it up thanks to this video…and multiplying the X and Y textures.UE4 Tutorial: World Position Materials - YouTube
The problem is, it doesn’t look good, when it’s placed on a surface with rotation of multiples of 90 and values around them.
The “neighbouring” textures are drawn as “ultra stretched” at the surface I look at…I don’t know, how to describe it better, simply, it makes ugly horisontal stripes.
I’d like to ask you, if there’s a better way to reach such result or if there’s another solution, maybe if there’s a way to lower its opacity at certain normals? (it would be visible only at angles it’s supposed to be visible, else its opacity gets lower and lower, so it doesn’t disturb the neighbouring surface)