The practice of estimating a result (usually numeric) based on a set of known results.

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Effort of impementing interpolation in networked Asteroids

Questions: When we draw with interpolation, where should the collision detection code be? Is it worth implementing interpolation in the following situation? This is for Scrolling Asteroids. I have my ...
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Handling early/late/dropped packets for interpolation in a 3D multiplayer game

I'm working on a multiplayer game that for the purposes of this question, is most similar to Team Fortress. Each network data packet will contain the 3D position of the target moving object. (this ...
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Constantly interpolated splines

Trying to implement a movement through a curve - I'm trying to find a type of curve/spline that interpolates constantly. What I mean: when I interpolate from t=0 to t=0.1, I want it be the same ...
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Improve interpolation in 2d multiplayer game

I have a problem to solve while prototyping networking for a 2d game. Here's what I have so far and what's giving a headache: I run a multi-player session where one host is an authoritative server ...
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Skinning mesh with Hermite Interpolation

I'm trying to implement an skinning mesh and I use Hermite Interpolation for evaulating frame's position. When I use the normal interpolation t*p1 + (1-t)*p2, it run well, but when I change to ...
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How to encode float3 into float2 and back again in HLSL?

Good afternoon, I am looking to offload some 3D calculations to the GPU without raising my requirements to DX10. Specifically, I am generating densities in 64x64x64 3D blocks, which fit nicely into ...
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Problems with my interpolation inplementation

When I interpolate my sprite's movement (code below), I'm curious as to whether the part where I actually apply the interpolation to the sprite's current X position (in my render call) is correct. ...