A 2D array of numbers, symbols or expressions, arranged in rows and columns. Each row must have the same number of columns. The numbers, symbols or expressions themselves are called elements or entries.

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How do I rotate and flip 2D sprites stored in a 1D array of pixels?

I am using a 1D array of pixels for rendering in 2D in java. I am interested in rotation (in radians) and mirroring across the x and y axes. The desired result looks something like this: Public void ...
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Camera world matrix to view matrix

I've been working on a game engine and I model every object in my scene graph as an "entity" this includes my camera. My camera therefore has a position and rotation in world space and at the moment ...
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XNA: Camera's Rotation and Translation matrices seem to interfere with each other

I've been following the guide here for how to create a custom 2D camera in XNA. It works great, I've implemented it before, but for some reason, the matrix math is throwing me off. public sealed ...
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Doing a turntable camera animation on a world matrix rather than view matrix

I have a camera class that contains a 4x4 view matrix as a member variable. Most of my camera controls work fine when doing them directly on the view matrix. In an attempt to unify all of my scene ...
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How can I manually construct a right-handed orthographic projection matrix?

I need the formula to create a orthographic projection matrix. I am using GLM math libary and DirectX11. The reason I cannot use GLM to create it is because the NDC spaces are different between DX11 ...
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Find world matrix

I'm making my first 3D-game with XNA (MonoGame) and have come to a point where I wish to add a crosshair for the player. To do this I need the on-screen coordinates of the location where my fighter ...
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Quaternion rotation, translation, scale or 4x3/4x4 matrices for Skeletons?

I'm modding a game that uses 4x3 and 4x4 matrices to make skeletons, but I saw that an skeleton can also be made with a quaternian rotation and vector translation and scaling. What's the difference ...
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What types of matrices are needed for game and graphics programming?

I am writing a 3D math library for general game development and want to know what type of Matrix classes I should include. Is just a 4x4 matrix enough, or must I provide 3x4 and dedicated rotational ...
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How are 2D transformation matrices applied to their targets?

I understand mathematically how transformation matrices work, in that a transformation matrix multiplied by a vector results in a new vector, and we use the matrices for rotation, translation, etc. I ...
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how to retain the animated position in opengl es 2.0

I am doing frame based animation for 300 frames in opengl es 2.0 I want a rectangle to translate by +200 pixels in X axis and also scaled up by double (2 units) in the first 100 frames Then, the ...
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Blender animation to XNA distortion bug

I followed the instructions on the following video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SissgQ0IXvk I'm using XNA 4.0 and Blender 2.69 I export the model with animation to a .FBX file. The animation is ...
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GLM/OpenGL: How Can I Prevent Vector Magnitude From Increasing While Rotating Bones in Skeletal Rig?

ANSWER AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS QUESTION I have been reading tutorials, articles, questions on StackExchange and books all with the subject of skeletal rigging. I have boiled my program down to just the ...
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How do I combine matrix transformation with non-uniform screen scaling in Flash?

I'm using a Flash transformation matrix for affine transformation. I have a rectangular image being rotated and scaled (in 2D). There are two sets of scaling variables, ScreenScaleX and ScreenScaleY, ...
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Get 3D quad rotation matrix from points

I have 4 3D points which represent a even quad in space. (So 3 points are sufficient) I need to get all the individual transformations (translation, rotation, dimensions) so that I can build that quad ...
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Matrix transformation

I have to find components of a matrix for 3D transformation. I have a first system in which transformations are made by multiplying: M1 = Scale x Rotation x Translation. I want to have the same ...
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projection and matrices [closed]

Many games do just fine with two projections, that can be represented by a matrix (orthographic and linear perspective). But what about projections that can't be represented by a matrix? Can you ...
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XNA 3D cube rotation problem

I am new to game programming and still trying to clear up my basics. I am stuck with a problem and unable to resolve on my own knowledge. I am trying to rotate a 3d cube in MonoGame (Similar to XNA) ...
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How can I transform a Point2f with a matrix on Android?

I'm developing for Android and I'm using the android.renderscript.Matrix3f class to do some calculations. What I need to do now is to now is to do something like mat.tranform(pointIn, pointOut); So ...
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How do I create a camera?

I am trying to create a generic camera class for a game engine, which works for different types of cameras (Orbital, GDoF, FPS), but I have no idea how to go about it. I have read about quaternions ...
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projection / view matrix: the object is bigger than it should and depth does not affect vertices [closed]

I'm currently trying to write a C 3D software rendering engine from scratch just for fun and to have an insight on what OpenGL does behind the scene and what 90's programmers had to do on DOS. I have ...
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OpenGL - Calculating camera view matrix

Problem I am calculating the model, view and projection matrices independently to be used in my shader as follows: gl_Position = projection * view * model * vec4(in_Position, 1.0); When I try to ...
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How to rotate a set of points on z = 0 plane in 3-D, preserving pairwise distances?

I have a set of points double n[] on the plane z = 0. And I have another set of points double[] m on the plane ax + by + cz + d = 0. Length of n is equal to length of m. Also, euclidean distance ...
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Drawing cube in SharpDX, wrong perspective

I want to draw a cube. This is what i currently have: As you can see, the perspective is VERY wrong. The the size in the z-direction is too small and the difference between the front and back size ...
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How to achieve cavalier projection using OpenGL fixed pipeline?

I want to make a quick demo program showing a cube, or a user loaded model, rotating in screen rendered with one of three projections: perspective, isometric and cavalier. Using the fixed pipeline, ...
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How do I disassemble a 3x3 transformation matrix into rotation and scaling matrices?

I have a transformation matrix that rotates and scales. Is there any easy way to disassemble it into the original rotation and scaling matrices? For instance: M = R * S; // I need f and h such that ...
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Matrix rotation wrong orientation LibGDX

I'm having a problem with matrix rotation in libgdx. I rotate it using the method matrix.rotate(Vector3 axis, float angle) but the rotation happens in the model orientation and I need it happens in ...
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How do I check why is no output on screen?

I'm using OpenGL 3.3+, and I'm trying to create an orthographic projection to draw on screen. I have the model data in a buffer: X Y 0, 0 50, 100 100, 0 And I create my Model-View-Projection ...
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Scaling/Rotating triangle

I have a Triangle class and a list of triangles representing my 3D model shape. When I update the position, the rotation or the scale of my model, I also want my triangles list to be updated. I ...
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What are the performance and size tradeoffs of Eigen::Transform versus Eigen::Matrix4f?

We finished migrating from DirectXMath to the Eigen math libraries for our 3D-Game Engine last week for portability reasons. After implementing transformations with matrices as we know them, we found ...
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GLSL: can i use matrix transformation functions in vertex shader?

I have a working OpenGL code where i render a terrain with some trees. I am doing all the matrix mathematics on the client side. Because of which the frame rate of my app is very low, around 25-30 ...
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Copying rotation between matrices

I have a transformed Matrix A and an another transformed Matrix B. How can I COPY the rotation of Matrix B to Matrix A?
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Issues with 2D Body/Limb system [closed]

In my game I have programmed Body and Limb classes. The Body is guaranteed to have an origin in the center of its sprite. The Body class has a List of children Limbs, each with their own offset. Every ...
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How to rotate vertices of 2D shape using a transform matrix?

I am making a top-down 2D game and am currently working on implementing improved collision using SAT. I programmed a Shape class with a Vector2 center that is its position in world space. On top of ...
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Frustum culling based on MVP matrix?

Tutorials on the internet usually say to extract plane data from MVP (model view projection) matrix (or VP?) and then test the bouding volume against each of the frustum planes. I've thought of a ...
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What dimensions should you use for a perspective projection frustum?

What dimensions should you use for a perspective projection frustum? Initially I created a perspective matrix based on the width and height of the screen, with a calculated zNear value based on a ...
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XNA - Link between Create Rotations matrices

A friend of mine have been coding some rotations on my XNA project, but the order of the matrices rotation are not good. Some are of form : Matrix.CreateRotationZ(1.21f) * ...
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How to use camera transformation without depending on (1,-1) scale during spriteBatch.draw()

I am creating a 2D platformer type game in XNA. I currently have a camera object, with a position/rotation/zoomlevel that I use to generate a transformation matrix to pass to SpriteBatch.Begin(). ...
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OpenGL: glRotatef cause performance drop while rotating -x and -y

I have made a rotating cube and I got some performance drops while using two glRotatef calls. So basically this code is giving me 80FPS: //code 1 GLrotate_x += 0.4f; GLrotate_y += 0.4f; ...
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Matrix Translate Camera has some sort of spiky movement

public class Camera2D { private Vector2 _position; protected float _viewportHeight; protected float _viewportWidth; public Vector2 ScreenCenter; protected Being _unit; // the sprite camera is ...
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The correct way to transform a ray with a matrix?

Playing with XNA Triangle Picking Sample I found out that it does not work well if you scale the world matrix of the objects you want to pick. When I dug into the implementation I found this comment ...
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Distorted LookAt When Looking Up or Down?

I have a weird problem and I have no idea what's going on with it. Recently started doing some OpenGL programming, going pretty well, hit some rough spots but worked my way through them and otherwise ...
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Why do we use 4x4 matrices to transform things in 3D?

To translate a vector by 10 unit in the X direction, why do we have to use a matrix? We can just add 10 to the mat[0][0], and we got the same result too.
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Relative Position/Rotation calculation

I have 2 objects each with a 3x3 Matrix (Orientation) and a Vector3 (Translation). Both are relative to world coordinates. How do I calculate the position and orientation of object B in relation to ...
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Derive direction in which a spot light emites its light from a projection matrix

First of all, sorry if my question sounds too basic or even makes no sense. I'm new with game development I'm working with HPL1Engine, specifically, the lights parts. I need to know the direction in ...
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First person camera world matrix issue (in THREE.js and webGL)

I'm trying to create a Portal-like effect in webGL using THREE.js. I have two scenes connected by a pair of portals. The view of the 2nd scene in rendered inside the 1st portal using stencils and ...
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How should matrix-based Parallax Scrolling work?

The question is at the end, as it requires a bit of context. I'm not sure if my understanding, my code, or LibGDX's ParallaxCamera is wrong. LibGDX's ParallaxCamera uses Matrix4s to achieve a ...
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Screen space decals, converting world to decal space

I'm trying to do screen space deferred decals following the presentation made by Pope Kim about SSDs in WH40K: Space Marine (link). I've gotten to the point where I can render a decal if the bounding ...
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“Blinking” graphical bug when rotating shadow matrix

So, we have implemented Krypton shadows into our code for our 2D game, and it's working beautifully. Only issue is that we're running into a bizarre graphical bug when rotating the shadows with the ...
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Rotation pitch/yaw reverse problems when picking a tile (2.5D) [closed]

Set-up: 3D world, isometric sprite rendering (4 fixed angles). This transform matrix is used as camera: _transform = Matrix.CreateRotationZ(Roll) * ...
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Finding out the “width” and “height” of my screen after projection added

In a 2d game, doing collisions with the edges of your screen is easy. Your textures are a 1:1 mapping of your screen resolution because your verities are too.. if your x position is > than ( screen ...