Particle refers to a graphics technique that uses a large number of very small sprites or other graphic objects to simulate certain kinds of "fuzzy" structures like fire, explosions, etc.

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PointSprite in DirectX9

I was trying to implement a particle system using PointSprites. Draw calls return D3D_OK but I don't see any particle on the screen. I'm not using Vertex Buffer for the particles, but I use two ...
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Slick2D re-starting particle system/emitter

I am trying to use a particle system/emitter in Slick2D to produce a thrust jet from a space ship. I can get the emitter running continuously without any problem, however I can't get it to run for a ...
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Particle friction with variable timestep in XNA

Alright, so I'm working on an engine of sorts in XNA (yes, it's deprecated, I know) and I'm implementing my own particle system. I've defined a "ParticleEffect" such that when it's supplied a GameTime ...
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Rendertarget and alphablending problem (Offscreen particle rendering)

Today, I have implemented soft particles by rendering them to a separate render target and blending that with the scene, which worked as expected with additive blended particles. In that case I render ...
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Powder physics, how to efficiently find out where other particles are [duplicate]

You might be familiar with games like powder toy or powder game or some variation of it. I'm working on a very basic and similar game with just sand and water to learn a bit how it on works. I use ...
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Particle system lifetimes in OpenGL ES 2

I don't know how to work with my particle's lifetimes. My design is simple: each particle has a position, a speed and a lifetime. At each frame, each particle should update its position like this: ...
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OpenGL ES 2 - Developing snowfall particle system

I've recently begun OpenGL ES 2 and I'm trying to implement a snowfall (on Android), but I'm not sure what's the best approach. I would like to develop it myself rather than use a library. It really ...
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ANDEngine : 3d rotation in Particle System

Im using ANDEngine and wants to create confetti particle system. But im unable to make flipping and rotation of confetti particle around z-axis Since andengine is 2d engine, it doesnot support that. ...
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Particles and gravity

I don't really know how to search for what I'm looking for which is why I think it'll be easier to ask on here. I'm creating a webpage and I had the idea of having random glowing particles floating ...
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2D Tile Based Particle Collisions

I have a basic 2D particle system and I'm now looking to implement collisions, however I'm not sure on what the best way to do it is. My game is tile based and runs in XNA Game Studio 4.0. I've seen ...
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Particles in XNA - can't get em to work [closed]

I am trying to have an explosion appear when a player lands on a mine. I checked out the particle example on the XNA website but it seemed to over complicate it a lot. So any simpler neater explosion ...
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libGDX's 2D particle editor launching incorrectly

What's going on? Here's my process: I first right-click the referenced library for gdx-tools.jar in Eclipse: I then search for the particle-editor class: It opens successfully, but half of the ...
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Point sprites in particle system?

I don't understand this passage from Real-Time 3D Rendering with DirectX and HLSL by Paul Varcholik: In the geometry shader, you can create quads around those central points, to which you can map ...
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How to i create a Particle system in unity5? [closed]

how to i create Particle system in unity 5 like a fire, smoke and other types of particles by using unity 5.