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#ActualBurnt_Fyr

Posted 08 January 2013 - 01:10 PM

As Steve curiously asked, a small FOV should result in more zoom(And by asking, I'm sure it was more a question you should ask yourself). As Hodgman noted, a FOV of 0 results in just that. 0 field of view, your frustum essentially becomes a 2d slice(whose angle would depend on the aspect ratio), rather than a volume. A FOV = epsilon is the maximum zoom you could possibly get.

 

Sidenote: Hodgman, you asked if we could see the "weird textures" I'm guessing here, but are you expecting a moiré pattern?


#1Burnt_Fyr

Posted 08 January 2013 - 01:05 PM

As Steve curiously asked, a small FOV should result in more zoom(And by asking, I'm sure it was more a question you should ask yourself). As Hodgman noted, a FOV of 0 results in just that. 0 field of view, your frustum essentially becomes a 2d slice(whose angle would depend on the aspect ratio), rather than a volume. A FOV = epsilon is the maximum zoom you could possibly get.


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