Lightness Races in Orbit

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Aug
12
comment How can glass breaking effect from Smash Hit be achieved?
@karlphillip: I have plenty of experience in computer graphics.
Aug
12
comment How can glass breaking effect from Smash Hit be achieved?
IMO You really need to pick up some scholarly articles and books and begin researching this. It's not suitable for SE.
May
9
comment Does Unity let you code in Java?
@Alex That's what downvotes are for; flagging isn't appropriate here and overburdens the moderation queue!
May
9
comment Does Unity let you code in Java?
Um, no. Despite the name, Java and JavaScript are unrelated. Please try not to propagate this myth.
May
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awarded  Editor
May
3
revised Why do game developers write their own engines instead of using existing ones?
Corrected English
May
3
suggested suggested edit on Why do game developers write their own engines instead of using existing ones?
Apr
2
comment Why don't all games permit changing the field of view?
@AJMansfield: Erm... oops. =)
Apr
2
comment Why don't all games permit changing the field of view?
If you want to add support for 3rd person POV, it's a lot more than one line of code: you need to add the player's character to the scene, which may not be as trivial as other characters if there are complex actions, customisable avatar, unique weaponry etc
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