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Screen space to world space revisited

I am revisiting some code that I thought I understood, but have found that I do not quite understand it. I put together a test to see what was going on. Here's the code: [Fact] public void wtf() { ...
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Orthographic Zooming with 0,0 at top/left

I'm trying to implement zooming on my 2D game. Since it's using orthographic projection, I thought it would be easy to implement zooming. After looking around the internet, I found a bunch of ...
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What is the camera direction vector for an isometric view?

What values correspond to a 3D vector for screen-normal from within an isometric game? It needs to be in game coordinates. It is a standard isometric where tiles are rotated 45 degrees and half ...
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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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Finding furthermost point in game world

I am attempting to find the furthermost point in my game world given the player's current location and a normalized direction vector in screen space. My current algorithm is: convert player world ...
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Screen space to world space

I am writing a 2D game where my game world has x axis running left to right, y axis running top to bottom, and z axis out of the screen: Whilst my game world is top-down, the game is rendered on a ...
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How can I calculate where my camera can be to avoid showing something outside a region?

I have a landscape model, which goes from the coordinate -45, -45 to 90, 90. The edge of the model just cuts off and i would like to somehow stop the screen from ever passing these points. Basically ...