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Jun
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comment Project a piece of image cut by N-vertex shape to a different N-vertex shape
@9000 actually that is what I am doing right now. I have decided to retrieve the resulting image by projecting it on a 3D mesh with an OpenGL 3D engine, simply making it a UV wrap. So, all is provided out-of-the-box, including the hardware acceleration, but the biggest downside is that the result is highly distorted because contents of the polygons are separate from each other. For example, having a 2-poly rect and moving one of its vertices so that one of the polys is significantly reduced and the other one is still at its full, creates strong distortions...
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revised Entity-Component-System architecture: interaction between systems
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comment Entity-Component-System architecture: interaction between systems
Do I understand correctly from your answer that there should basically be two parts of an ES - the storage which is more like a DB and a machine that queries that storage? And that the actual program logic is the one that operates the queries, and really is the third part?
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comment Entity-Component-System architecture: interaction between systems
@Karlson the question is in the last paragraph - how should I organize interaction between two components of an entity, say, how a rendering component should take data from a spatial component in order to render a thing in it's place... I can think of a number of ways but I am not sure how they align with ES concept in general.. so I am interested in knowing how is it done traditionally.
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