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On Screen Coin Animation

am working with side scrolling skater game. I want to perform coin animation such that as player collect coin it moves upside and attach with currency sprite. My main character and coin present in ...
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Coordinate system of android.graphics.Camera?

I asked this question before in StackOverflow.But I have not found any answer. I have to use Camera to draw some things in Canvas.But I can not detect that coordinate system of Camera is Right hand ...
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Cartesian Coordinates & Layout [duplicate]

The way cartesian coordinations are presented and used is kinda confusing. When working with 2D the vertical axis is Y, though when working with 3D the vertical axis is Z and Y becomes the "depth" ...
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I'm going through a book, and the example it gave me seems like is should work, but when I try and implement it, it falls short. My Camera class takes three vectors in to generate View and Projection ...
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Orthographic unit translation mismatch on grid (e.g. 64 pixels translates incorrectly)

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XNA spritebatch drawing to the centre of screen

I have bit of a silly problem. Is is possible to use SpriteBatch.Draw() method to draw to the centre of screen using coords from the beginning of window (So resolution 800x600 would use 400;300) ...
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Obtaining a world point from a screen point with an orthographic projection

I assumed this was a straightforward problem but it has been plaguing me for days. I am creating a 2D game with an orthographic camera. I am using a 3D camera rather than just hacking it because I ...
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Why / how does XNA's right-handed coordinate system effect anything if you can specify near/far Z values?

I am told repeatedly that XNA Game Studio uses a right-handed coordinate system, and I understand the difference between a right-handed and left-handed coordinate system. But given that you can use a ...