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  1. I would like to know if it is possible to get good accuracy when drawing blended single color quads to a texture without using floating point. My card only supports max 8-bit alpha for an FBO and 8-bit just isn't enough. So can someone tell me if there are any other techniques i could use in compensation for the lack of a 16/32bit alpha channel? Thanks.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I don't know the exact implementation in ENet but it only seems to deal with the case when queues are stalled because the peer is late with it's acknowledges? If I send a file one packet at a time... send a packet, wait for an acknowledgement, and so on. I guess it could work since the send queue never gets so filled, but my plan was to send as much as possible and then having the peer request missing packets in the file. So I want to somehow know how much I should send at one time to make sure that it can deal with the next bunch of audio packets that will arrive a little later.
  3. Hello I'am doing VoIP, but besides that I sometimes have to do file transfers. I want to make sure that the files are sent as fast as possible BUT without causing VoIP packets to get delayed which is the case now because packets containing file data are stocked in the queue. So what I would like to do is to give higher priority to just some packets that I send (the audio packets), but It doesn't seem possible. So are there any other effective ways to solve this? I'am using UDP. Thanks
  4. ProblemBaby

    Projecting a polygon onto 2D plane

    Thanks for the reply and the correction. Since you told me that the values i thought was strange is correct I start to think that I don't what I thought i was doing=) I thought it shouldn't rotate at all in this case? since its already looking down the Z-axis? I want to be rotate a plane facing in any direction and have it facing towards positive Z. How can I accomplish that? Thanks
  5. Hello I know that similar questions has been answered earlier but you can't seem to get it right. if have a plane at (0,0,-1) with a normal (0,0,1) and try to project two points (-0.1f, +0.1f, -1.0f ), (+0.1f, -0.1f, -1.0f ) I would expect them to come out the same or maybe am I missing something? anyway I get (which can't be correct): -0.14,0.7,-1 +0.14,0.7,-1 Here is my code for testing... struct VECTOR { float x, y, z; }; VECTOR VecSub(VECTOR a, VECTOR b) { VECTOR v; v.x = a.x - b.x; v.y = a.y - b.y; v.z = a.z - b.z; return v; } VECTOR VecCross(VECTOR a, VECTOR b) { VECTOR v; v.x=a.y*b.z-a.z*b.y; v.y=a.z*b.x-a.x*b.z; v.z=a.x*b.y-a.y*b.x; return v; } VECTOR VecNormalize(VECTOR a) { float l = sqrtf(a.x * a.x + a.y * a.y + a.z * a.z); a.x /= l; a.y /= l; a.z /= l; return a; } int main() { VECTOR p1 = { -0.1f, +0.1f, -1.0f }; VECTOR p2 = { +0.1f, -0.1f, -1.0f }; VECTOR n = { 0, 0, 1 }; VECTOR u, v; VECTOR p1d, p2d; u = VecSub(p2, p1); v = VecCross(u, n); u = VecNormalize(u); v = VecNormalize(v); printf("%0.5f %0.5f %0.5f\n", u.x, u.y, u.z); printf("%0.5f %0.5f %0.5f\n", v.x, v.y, v.z); printf("%0.5f %0.5f %0.5f\n", n.x, n.y, n.z); p1d.x = p1.x * u.x + p1.y * u.y + p1.z * u.z; p1d.y = p1.x * v.x + p1.y * v.y + p1.z * v.y; p1d.z = p1.x * n.x + p1.y * n.y + p1.z * n.z; p2d.x = p2.x * u.x + p2.y * u.y + p2.z * u.z; p2d.y = p2.x * v.x + p2.y * v.y + p2.z * v.y; p2d.z = p2.x * n.x + p2.y * n.y + p2.z * n.z; printf("\n"); printf("%0.5f, %0.5f %0.5f\n", p1d.x, p1d.y, p1d.z); printf("%0.5f, %0.5f %0.5f\n", p2d.x, p2d.y, p2d.z); return 0; } Thanks in advance
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    Starcraft-like server design

    Thanks for your reply! Quote:Also I hope you're joking with "1000000" users on a server If I want every user to be connected to the master server (network of servers) to be able to send private messages to any user at any time or to find out stats of other players for example. How many connections per server computer is realistic now a days? Thanks
  7. Hello I want to know how a starcraft battle.net-like server program could be designed. I guess all users connects to the server using TCP/IP and when a game actually starts they switch over to peer to peer and UDP? (If everyone is behind symmetric NAT a relay server is required as well?) on battle.net it is possible to write message to anyone online so I guess the connection to the server stays alive until the user quits battle.net? And I guess this also can help to keep track of players losing their connections to the internet? I have no idea about number of users but for example.. is it realistic to have a server program maitaining 1000000 users everyone with its own TCP/IP connection using berkeley sockets? are there any alternatives? Thanks in advance
  8. hello currently i have the depth buffer disabled and draw all sprites in order, back to front. There are quite a lot of overlapping sprites so i was thinking that maybe i could gain some speed by enabling a depth buffer and draw all sprites front to back instead and by doing so don't render a lot of pixels that in the end will be covered by other objects anyway. my question is basically if this would help to speed up my game? or is it already some kind of mechanism that makes this for me even with the depth buffer disabled? another thing that comes to my mind was if I use this technique will I still be able to use alpha blending? can I do some kind of reversed blendFunc? thanks in advance. EDIT: I should mention that iam using OpenGL ES 1.1
  9. Hey Iam currently making a map editor for my game and have some problems with the resource editor in Visual Studio 2008. The thing is that some of my items didnt get their names correctly.. for some reason my Open got the id: ID_FILE_SAVE40007 (of course I would prefer ID_FILE_OPEN). so I tried to change the ID box in the property window to the right one but even after doing so the defines in the resource.h doesnt update. Is it something I can do about it? I guess I will make more mistakes in the future and if I can't change to a more appropriate my program I will get crazy about all misleading defines. Please Help! Best regards
  10. ProblemBaby

    gravity & balance

    Hey I'am playing around a little with physics and have some trouble to understand some concepts... I've a square formed object (in 2d) with its upper left side nailed and it will not move. Now I want to figure out what gravity will do to the other three points of the square. Can someone help me out? thanks in advance
  11. ProblemBaby

    Collision Detection for a sphere

    Thanks for your reply I will fiddle around a little with your idea in mind.
  12. Hello I'am playing around a little with a sphere in a 3d world my code is heavly based on this ( http://www.gamedev.net/reference/articles/article1026.asp ) document. The only thing that makes me troubled is when I collide with 2 polygons at the same time. for example the case when iam falling down into a V-shaped hole, I end up sliding around forever in the bottom. So what iam wondering is if someone have a nice solution for collision between more than 1 polygon at a time. thanks in advance
  13. ProblemBaby

    Rotation

    Works perfect! Thanks
  14. ProblemBaby

    Rotation

    I want to simulate a ball rolling on a floor in 3D but can't find out how to set up the rotation for this... can someone help me?
  15. Iam writing a mixer and its using linear interpolation. My question is even if the sound is about to be played at a higher freq then the mixingfreq, will linear interpolation make it sound better? I tried to listen for differences but couldn't hear any, so what do you think? are their cases where it sounds better or can I optimize my mixer so that it only applies linear interpolation to samples that plays under mixing freq? Thanks
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