6
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2answers
298 views

“Line of sight” path across navigation mesh

I want to calculate the line of sight in a navigation mesh. Consider the image below, the yellow line is the result of only A* and the red line is the result of a line of sight" algorithm that uses ...
3
votes
1answer
626 views

How to do starcraft pathfinding?

I've been trying to figure out how to implement something like the pathfinding in Starcraft 2. I'm not looking for all the sophisticated features like flocking, queueing, etc. In fact I like how in ...
1
vote
2answers
383 views

A* path finding for road network - data structure to represent directivity

I have been reading A* path finding to apply on a road like network structure. Most of the code I saw is about A* on tile based maps. There is a short description at Amit's page here about what I am ...
2
votes
1answer
180 views

How to predict future location of a Car in a Navigation Mesh based pathfinding system?

I am developing a car based shooting game in which the Cars have to shoot each other 3/4 times and eliminate it from the game. I am trying to develop the AI for my cars now. The problem is how can I ...
1
vote
2answers
243 views

How can I use triangle picking to determine location of a triangle in world space coordinates?

I am trying to implement point and click movement in my game, but at the moment I am stumped about how I can select parts of a mesh for the player to walk to. So what I have done is I have got a ...
0
votes
1answer
749 views

NavMeshAgent in Unity giving jerky performance

I am using NavMeshAgent in my Unity project to calculate and move my object to a particular location. When I do: navMeshAgent.destination = destinationPt the object starts moving, but the motion ...
1
vote
3answers
436 views

Making an AI walk on a NavigationMesh (2D/Top-Down game)

For some time I have been working on a framework which should make it possible to generate 2D levels based on a set of rules specified by level designers. You can read more about it here as I won't go ...
0
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1answer
168 views

How can I locate empty space next to polygon regions?

Let's say I have the following area in a top-down map: The circle is the player, the black square is an obstacle, and the grey polygons with red borders are walk-able areas that will be used as a ...
4
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3answers
3k views

How can I generate a 2d navigation mesh in a dynamic environment at runtime?

So I've grasped how to use A* for path-finding, and I am able to use it on a grid. However, my game world is huge and I have many enemies moving toward the player, which is a moving target, so a grid ...
4
votes
1answer
296 views

How does an AI determine the bearing to follow within a nav mesh?

I've done some reading on nav-meshes, and I understand how to generate a path of polygons to reach a goal. However, what I don't understand is how you determine the bearing to follow within each ...
12
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1answer
3k views

A* navigational mesh path finding

So I've been making this top down 2D java game in this framework called Greenfoot and I've been working on the AI for the guys you are gonna fight. I want them to be able to move around the world ...
16
votes
6answers
719 views

Making the AI take different paths to each other

I have a top down 2d game where the AI spawn at the edges of the map and run towards the center. I'm using A* and a node mesh to do the pathfinding. Right now, the AI spawn at a point on the edge of ...
8
votes
1answer
795 views

What are the disadvantages and/or limitations of navigation meshes?

I have a lot of materials on navigation meshes, what they are, their advantages over graphs made up of waypoints, etc. However, I haven't seen much information regarding the limitations and the ...