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Offline aNt

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« Posted 2005-02-04 14:19:03 »

can anyone tell me how i make a new empty world?

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World myWorld = new World();

if i call a render(world) on this it blows up.
the docs say i need to add a Camera, Background and
Light:

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   World world = new World();
    // create a camera
    iCamera = new Camera();
    iCamera.setPerspective(60.0f, // field of view
                           (float) getWidth() / (float) getHeight(), // aspectRatio
                           1.0f, // near clipping plane
                           1000.0f); // far clipping plane
    world.setActiveCamera(iCamera);

    // create a light
    iLight = new Light();
    iLight.setColor(0xffffff); // white light
    iLight.setIntensity(lightIntensity); // overbright
    world.addChild(iLight);

    // background
    iBackground.setColor(0x335533);
    world.setBackground(iBackground);


and i still get a *BANG*.. no joy on the render(world)
call. just blows up Sad

can anyone help? i want an world rendering with
nothing in it. then i can add my own groups and nodes
at runtime....

cheers all Smiley bish bosh... jazz
Offline themik

Junior Newbie




Java games rock!


« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-02-04 17:54:34 »

Hi,

You have to add your camera to the world like your light so before
word.addChild(iCamera);
world.setActiveCamera(iCamera);

Mik
www.miklabs.com (soon an update...)
Offline aNt

Senior Duke




AFK


« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-02-04 18:55:22 »

thanks loads... arrr at last no more *BONK* sound from
JBuilder Smiley.. now i can add Groups to my world Smiley...

top site you have- by the way.. your M3G-Converter
sounds very cool... oh would be tops if u could some
how save just groups or meshes into the m3g file Wink
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