A physical point in an image or the smallest addressable element in a display device.

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How do I implement pixel-exact collision server-side?

Recently I made a 2D offline game with HTML5 Canvas and JavaScript. I'm detecting collisions by first checking whether image bounding boxes overlap. If they do, I check against the bounding boxes, ...
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Adding Screenshots Specifically For 4-inch, 7-inch, and 10-inch Screen

My boss invited me and assigned me now as publisher for the app in Google Play. I have a 7-inch Google Nexus 7 tablet to take screenshot of any one of my sample projects I've made and post and upload ...
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Drawing UI using density pixels

I have a question about proper ways to draw UI, since I've learned what I know from the internet and by experimenting I often dont code the "proper" way, instead I do it my own way, not knowing if it ...
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Getting the rightmost point of gameobject

How do i determin the point on a gameobject that is most to the right (highest x value).
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How can I rotate a bitmap without D3D or OpenGL?

I've just figured out on my own how to scale a portion of a bitmap using PutPixel. I would like to know the mathematical theory behind rotating a bitmap on my own, using per-pixel operations like ...
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How does the Direct3D 9 rasterizer determine triangle coverage?

I'm working on a software rasterizer to use in my project. I have implemented one that works well, however, often my rasterizer under or over estimates triangle coverage. I need perfect emulation of ...
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How to draw a rotated pixel perfect line by hand?

If you have a pixel perfect line like 1:16 pixels, and you want to draw that same line rotated by a degree, for example 45°, what would be the correct way to do that by hand? I know it should have ...
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Can Unity 2D be used to make pixel-art games?

I'm looking at the new 2D features introduced in Unity 4.3, and I think I might be missing something. To me it looks like they are designed for high-res 2D games, where scaling the sprites is ok, but ...
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How do I scale up pixel art without blur in GM Studio?

I'm creating a game in Game Maker Studio that uses pixel art. When I launch the game, all scaled-up textures are really blurry. (It doesn't happen to small ones.) For example, this image renders ...
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RGB values from image into a one dimension array in c# [closed]

I was wondering if there is a was a way to read rgb values from an image into a one dimensional array in C#. If it doesnt make sense, in java I would do something like this. int[] pixels; ...
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Easy Method to Change Color on UI Elements

This isn't a language-specific thing as far as I'm concerned. I was wondering what may be a quick way to change the COLOR of a certain on-screen element such as a button and its associated text. I ...
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How do I access the pixels of an SDL 2 texture?

How exactly can one get to the RGBA pixel arrays of SDL 2.0 textures? Does the texture need to be specially initialized and locked down?
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Expandable player boundaries

I'm trying to plan how to implement non-fixed boundaries so the player can expand their controlled territory without using a tiled based system. Each pixel can be fought over for who controls it. I ...
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Drawing different per-pixel data on the screen

I want to draw different per-pixel data on the screen, where each pixel has a specific value according to my needs. An example may be a random noise pattern where each pixel is randomly generated. ...
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GLSL Light (Attenuation, Color and intensity) formula

I'm implementing point lights in my Voxel engine, and I'm really struggling to get a good flow of light, from 100% near the light source to 0% at the light radius. I have 5 arguments for the ...
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Texture Shaders vs. Pixel/Fragment Shaders?

My question is a simple one. Functionally, practically, and performance-wise, what are the differences between using a D3DX Texture Shader, and using a Pixel/Fragment Shader rendered with a full ...
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Making up everything from single pixels

I recently saw a game which looked a bit like minecraft, but it was a RPG. The enemies in this game consist completely of voxels and if they die, they collaps and every single voxels falls down, ...
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2D Software Lighting Issues in Java

I'm creating a 2D top-down tiled game in pure Java and by now I'm trying to implement a way to do lighting. First, some details on how I render: there is a screen class which handles all the ...
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Application design for specific points on image

Hi guys I am starting a simple hobby app in Unity, its a 2D app, which have some alphabets like A,B,C..Z (images) . There ll be specific paths where user touch one by one to complete drawing the ...
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How can I replicate the color limitations of the NES with an HLSL pixel shader?

So since 256 color mode is depreciated and no longer supported under Direct3D mode, I got the idea to use a pixel shader instead to simulate the NES palette of all possible colors so that fading ...
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help using image to overlay grayscale around player

I'm sorry for the confusing title but it is hard to explain in one sentence. This is what I have What I want to do is use that black overlay to convert everything in the black area to grayscale. ...
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Is it possible to render part of the screen in different pixel density using openGL?

Say I have an openGL screen and I want to render part of the screen in different pixel density than the whole screen pixel density. Is it possible and if possible how?
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Vertex shader to Pixel shader NVIDIA problem - restarting drivers

I have problem with my shader on NVIDIA cards. On AMD it's working right. Shader Builder exported CODE: //ROOT //PSParts //VSParts //Samplers sampler sLod23ColorGround : register(s0); sampler ...
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Picking a suitable resolution for a modern low-res game?

I'm working on a 2D game project right now (using SFML+OpenGL and C++) and I'm trying to figure out how to go about choosing a resolution. I want my game to have a pixel resolution that is around that ...
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How do I scale down pixel art?

There are plenty of algorithms to scale up pixel art. (I prefer hqx, personally.) But are there any notable algorithms to scale it down? My game is designed to run at a resolution of 1280x720, but if ...
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HLSL Pixel Shader that does palette swap

I have implemented a simple pixel shader which can replace a particular colour in a sprite with another colour. It looks something like this: sampler input : register(s0); float4 ...
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How do I create a curved line or filled circle or generally a circle using C++/SDL?

Hello I've been trying for ages to make a pixel circle using the putpixel function provided by SDL main website here is that function : void putpixel(int x,int y , int color , SDL_Surface* surface) { ...
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How do I check on non-transparent pixels in a bitmapdata?

I'm still working on my window cleaning game from one of my previous questions I marked a contribution as my answer, but after all this time I can't get it to work and I have to many questions about ...
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Scanline filling of polygons that share edges and vertices

In this picture (a perspective projection of an icosahedron), the scanline (red) intersects that vertex at the top. In an icosahedron each edge belongs to two triangles. From edge a, only one triangle ...
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How to alter image pixels of a wild life bird?

Hello so I was hoping someone knew how to move or change color and position actual image pixels and could explain and show the code to do so. I know how to write pixels on a surface or screen-surface ...
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Scaling sprite velocity / co-ordinatesin Android

I'm trying to find the answer to a question that I've had for a long time, but am having trouble finding it! I hope someone can help :-) I'm trying to find information on how to scale sprite velocity ...
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Scan-Line Z-Buffering Dilemma

I have a set of vertices in 3D space, and for each I retain the following information: Its 3D coordinates (x, y, z). A list of pointers to some of the other vertices with which it's connected by ...
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How do I multiply pixels on an SDL Surface?

Okay so I'm able to put blank pixels into a surface and also draw gradient pixels rectangles,etc But I don't know how to multiply the pixels on a surface so I was hoping someone could provide me ...
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Trying to figure out SDL pixel manipulation?

Hello so I've found code that plots a pixel in an SDL Screen Surface : void putpixels(int x, int y, int color) { unsigned int *ptr = (unsigned int*)Screen->pixels; int lineoffset = y * ...
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Where can I find a programmer/game developer to team up with? [closed]

I'm a pixel artist looking for an ametuer programmer/game developer to team up with, But I'm not sure where to start! I'm not particularly worried about profit, I'm only interested in making the game ...
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Fixed texture size (Pixel) libgdx, java

If I resize the window (e.g. fullscreen) the texture size also changes! I want that behaviour: If I change to fullscreen you will see more of the game world. The size (Pixel) of the texture stay the ...
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What is the standard way of using Q15 values?

To process 8-bit pixels, to do things like gamma correction without losing information, we normally upsample the values, work in 16 bits or whatever, and then downsample them to 8 bits. Now, this is ...
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Using pixel art on small high resolution screens

I'm making a game and I would like to utilize pixel art as my style. But I faced a problem, modern displays on my target platform (iOS) have extremely high resolution. So if my artist makes me some ...
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Java: How to Make a Player Class in a Tile-Based RPG

So I've been following a JavaHub tutorial that basically uses a pixel engine similar to MiniCraft. I've attempted to make a Player Class as such, and I'm basically making a mock Pokemon game for ...
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Android Game Development problem with Speed = Distance / Time

I have been coding speed for an object. I have made it so the object will move from one end of the screen to another at a speed depending on the screen size, at the monemt I have made it so it will ...
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Spritesheet per pixel collision XNA

So basically i'm using this: public bool IntersectPixels(Rectangle rectangleA, Color[] dataA,Rectangle rectangleB, Color[] dataB) { int top = Math.Max(rectangleA.Top, rectangleB.Top); ...
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C++ Efficient Pixel Management for Non-Polygon Graphics Engine

So I've been looking for a way to efficiently manage the pixels on a screen, but so far all I've found is along the lines of SetPixel() in windows (painfully slow), and drawing a rectangle 1px X 1px ...
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XNA - Debugging/Testing Individual Sprites and Pixel Collision

I ran through the first training on XNA where you make a shooter game. They did some thing that I would not do and I want to use their starting point to learn more things. I want to try better ...
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How to do reflective collisions with particles hitting background tiles?

In my 2d pixel old-school platformer, I'm looking for methods for bouncing particles off of background tiles. Particles aren't affected by gravity and collisions are "reflective". By that I mean a ...
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Optimum Screen Resolutions

Most PC games nowadays obviously come with the standard option to change the game's resolution from between 640x480 to 1920x1080 on average, depending on your monitor and whether or not you are ...
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Why is the pixel so popular as the metric unit of a game?

I keep seeing everywhere people using pixels for resolving collisions, angles, distances. I wonder if using the pixel as the metric unit for a game is a good solution, first because you're tying your ...
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How does one avoid the “staircase effect” in pixel art motion?

I am rendering sprites at exact pixel coordinates to avoid the blurring effect caused by antialiasing (the sprites are pixel-art and would look awful if filtered). However, since the movement of the ...