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Convert Screen coords to World Coords LIBGDX

I'm working on a tile based platformer game in libgdx. I'm having trouble getting the actual touch input coordinates when the aspect ratio of device is different from the virtual fixed aspect ratio ...
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Float-based screen coordinates, higher mouse precision

I wrote 2 weeks ago about problem with motion blur in my engine. When camera moves using keyboard, motion blur is smooth. But when I rotate camera using mouse motion blur is stepping (not sure if I ...
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isometric coordinates issue: (0,0) and (5,5) are flipped?

I am having an issue with the isometric coordinates. When I enter the coordinates (5,5), the character should be at the bottom corner of the tile, but it is at the top corner, (5,5) and (0,0) look ...
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Mapping 3D object coordinates to 2D screen coordinates with perspective projection

Sort of following on from where this person was in their topic: Matrix for 2D perspective What I have at the moment is a transformation matrix that's defined as follows: http://pastebin.com/GM6BhP0R ...
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Curiosity on any Smartphones that Run on Android 2.3.3 with Different Screen Reoslution

I have a question regarding about any smartphones that run only in Android 2.3.3. Is the size of screen or the screen resolution is always HVGA or does it have capable of running this OS (Android ...
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Draw a 3D object at specific coordinates on the screen

I'm creating an application which allows the user to manipulate 3D models. I would like to draw 3 axis representing the world coordinate system in 3D in order to give the user an idea where he is. ...
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Isometric screen to 3D world coordinates efficiently

Been having a difficult time transforming 2D screen coordinates to 3D isometric space. This is the situation where I am working in 3D but I have an orthographic camera. Then my camera is positioned at ...
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How to deal with differences between 2D screen coordinates and Cartesian coordinates

Most 2D screen/bitmap coordinate systems have the positive Y axis pointing down (with the the origin in the upper left corner). This is counter to how most people think geometrically with the ...