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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Program to demonstrate dance moves (classical, modern, tap - dance) on: 2005-12-06 14:30:41
CBorders,

Thanks.  I wasn't aware of the hierarchial nature of the model but it seems natural.  If thats the case, I can take the xyz or dxdydz and compute the rotation angles.

Hope someone helps us verify this.

RON C
2  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Program to demonstrate dance moves (classical, modern, tap - dance) on: 2005-12-04 19:47:27
You guys have been very helpful and I appreciate it.

I do have other questions:
If I had a skeleton and wireframe of a "dancer" and I wished to just move the figure by supplying either x, y, z or dx, dy, dz for each joint and ends (finger tips etc.) of the skeleton, is there a program that will take the xyz or dxdydz info in script form and give me a new dancer (skeleton/wireframe)?  Let's not talk about file format yet. 

I believe that I can generate the dxdydz in a separate code that I'll make.

Assuming that works, can I now do the raytracing etc. needed for the lighting?
 
Sorry for being such a pain.

RON C 
3  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Program to demonstrate dance moves (classical, modern, tap - dance) on: 2005-11-30 21:34:49
Dances can be broken into their component parts si it seems to me that a library of moves could be made and then scripted.  How do the video games make people walk, jump, leap etc.?

Thanks,
RON C
4  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Program to demonstrate dance moves (classical, modern, tap - dance) on: 2005-11-30 21:10:44
At present, they are videoing but that is after the dance has been taught.  They're asking for a tool that they (the teachers) can program/script to create the choreography.

Do any present day games allow scripting of the person's movements?

I'm not a gamer in any form so I'm completely dumb on this.

Thanks,
RON C
5  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Program to demonstrate dance moves (classical, modern, tap - dance) on: 2005-11-30 14:45:52
I've been asked to see if there is a program/game that can be used to show dance moves (for a group of dancers) using a simple language (script etc.). Do I need to look at 3-D game engines or is there some program where a number of dancers can perform the the dance in teaching the students a dance? The dance types range from ballet to tap to break dancing.

I'm proficient in Java if I need to satrt at the new program level.

Appreciate any help.

Thanks,
RON C
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