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Oct
11
comment How does UVW texture mapping work?
Question: Why isn't it called RST instead of UVW?
Sep
21
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
13
revised Lag compensation of projectile shooting game
grammar and spelling.
Sep
13
suggested approved edit on Lag compensation of projectile shooting game
Sep
11
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
23
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
11
revised How can I simulate light using mask images on the iPad?
edited tags
Aug
11
revised How can I simulate light using mask images on the iPad?
edited tags
Jul
9
comment Finding if a point is inside of a mesh (Point-in-polyhedron)
Not necessarily. The Raycast method in Unity, has an optional parameter of distance which I set to Mathf.Infinity.
Jul
1
answered Resources for 2D rendering using OpenGL?
Jun
30
comment Periodic updates of an object in Unity
You can't use a coroutine in the Update function.
Jun
30
answered Finding if a point is inside of a mesh (Point-in-polyhedron)
Jun
30
asked Finding if a point is inside of a mesh (Point-in-polyhedron)
Jun
30
comment Algorithm for creating spheres?
Thanks. I got it.
Jun
29
comment Algorithm for creating spheres?
I can't seem to get it to work. I made a new method for the GeometryProvider called Normalize(). When/where do you call it?
Jun
29
revised Algorithm for creating spheres?
added 252 characters in body
Jun
29
comment Algorithm for creating spheres?
Could you possibly give an example of that? I tried this: vertices[i] += normals[i], but it gives strange results.
Jun
29
revised Algorithm for creating spheres?
edited body
Jun
29
comment Algorithm for creating spheres?
See my edit. That's what I've gotten to work.
Jun
29
comment Algorithm for creating spheres?
The .Select(i => i + vertices.Count) doesn't work for me at all. Is it a XNA only feature?