I'm using a left handed coordinate system,but,the physics engine I'm using uses a right handed coordinate system. By now,you probably know where I'm going.
I thought that if I always pass my coords unchanged,and convert the ones I get from the physics engine to a left handed sys,there would be no problem,yet there is.
When I try to create a displacement vector like: get x position from physics engine - old_x position from my engine I just get the right movement,but inversed(moving left will actually get you to right)
So I thought,wouldn't inversing the Z coord I get from the physics engine work? No,It doesn't. Would inversing all the coords I get from the physics engine work? No,Would creating the displacement vector normally(the one that moves inversed),and then just inversing the vector work? NO!
Edited by noatom, 04 February 2014 - 04:14 AM.