I'm trying to create a fog effect like civ 5: I tried creating a StencilSet shader that receives a mask and sets the stencil buffer to 1. I would render the following on every unexplored tile using ...
I am trying to pull off the following effect in XNA 4.0: The purple area has 50% opacity. I have gotten pretty close with the following code: public static DepthStencilState AlwaysStencilState = ...
The problem... i'm drawing polygons, in this case boxes, and i want clip children polygons with its parent's client area. // Class Region public void Render(GraphicsDevice Device, Camera ...
I have an algorithm to build my sight polygon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7tFnVX11x0 I want now to create a visibility from it that is similar to this: ...
Is it possible to set the depth buffer (i.e. draw depth values directly) in XNA? All the examples I could find are showing how to render a 3D scene to a RenderTarget2D and get the depth information ...