hi.
so i got the rotation package from sam tupy's site, but i was wondering how i could use it to make a three d map engine for my fps that i'm making? any other ideas or suggestions are also wellcome.
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There's one made from reza, you might check it out.

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Could you possibly give me the link?
Thanks.

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I missed that one. How does it work? Like, objects vs voxels? Scenegraphs vs arrays vs dictionaries? Tiles with height? None of the above?

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If you mean the thing on sam’s site, from what I can understand, it basically defines the hole 360 degrees turning system and a few other things so it’s possible to have 3D maps without bgt throwing a combilation error because it doesn’t know what the shit your script is referring to.

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You can find it at
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one curious thing it does is considers 360 and 0 two different values, so its always going to be off by 1 unless of course he updated it since the last time I found this to be happening in a game. It's kinda funny actually because 0 and 360 are synonymous, not two different degrees, you don't go 358, 359, 360, 0, 1, 2, 3, etc. its 359, 0, 1, etc. like on a clock we don't say its 3:60 in the afternoon, 3 flips to 4 and 59 wraps around to 00 and so you have 4:00

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That thing is so buggy though the rotation package i mean. You need to fix some functions yourself like the turning function. Also using it is a bit tricky if you don't want your player's coordinates be 1.3332342, 1.554636, 1.323456

can't you just use the round and ceil on the vector?

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If you're using rotation, you do want those coordinates. You'd want to round them when giving them to the player, or when getting indeces in arrays, but yeah.

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yes I ment rounding and ceiling when displaying them

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