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Kim2Yul
Kim2Yul presents ...

2012/9/27

3D ROOM

w : goes upward
s : goes downward
up : goes forward
down : goes backward
left : goes leftward
right : goes rightward
mouse (on dragging) : rotates my neck

You can go out of the room. Try it!

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Kim2YulKim2Yul

2012/9/27

By interpolating algorithms. The only pre-built method I used is getImage().setColorAt(int, int, Color).
Very nice! Might there be an option to turn off interpolation so we can view the room at a higher framerate? Probably using the default drawPolygon methods as well for speed?
MatheMagicianMatheMagician

2012/9/27

If you make the window smaller (kinda like builderboy's scenarios) that would increase speed as well. If you do manage to speed it up, I will like it.
MatheMagicianMatheMagician

2012/9/27

The scenario that is, I already like the idea.
darkmist255darkmist255

2012/9/27

Great work! If you can optimize it you could really go somewhere with this idea! Maybe try caching the results of the lighting calculations so they don't reload, but I don't know how you've coded it so all I can offer is a thought. Nevertheless, incredible!
Kim2YulKim2Yul

2012/9/28

@BuilderBoy2005 I confused the term 'local illumination' with 'global illumination', which are very different.... Anyway, I have to correct it. I used LOCAL illumination. GL is not appropriate for real-time programming.
Kim2YulKim2Yul

2012/9/28

and can I draw triangle with gradation by drawPolygon? I'm new to Greenfoot and Java, so I don't know so much about basic methods.
Kim2YulKim2Yul

2012/9/28

@MatheMagician I missed that thing. I'm gonna make it smaller on the next time.
MatheMagicianMatheMagician

2012/9/28

You cannot use graduation with getImage().drawPolygon(). However, you can with java.awt.Graphics2D, so you could creates a buffered image, use Graphics2D to draw your graduated triangle on it, and then draw the buffered image on your actor/world's image.
AceticAcidAceticAcid

2012/10/4

민수야 ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

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