Tagged:  flight

By Mak, May 4, 2017 0 Design

Ok, so I don’t actually own a HOTAS joystick, or even a joystick. I have a keyboard, mouse and somewhere buried in a draw, a gamepad. This is deliberate. For although I do enjoy ‘other space combat games’ I have… Read More »

By Mak, April 25, 2017 Comments Off on Design & Development Delights Design, Dev, General

Man, I am so enjoying Dom Dev at the moment 🙂 Rounding off the initial Pilot / NPC AI, Collision detection and basic combat has spurned on a lot of changes to the UI which have been long planned, or… Read More »

By Mak, March 7, 2017 Comments Off on The Evolutionary Boid – Part 2 Dev, Media

The saga continues, with more progress and the use of the super ImGui to provide low-level control and dev/debugging tools within the engine in realtime…

By Mak, February 27, 2017 Comments Off on The Evolutionary Boid – Part 1 Dev, Media

Resetting the clock on the development of the NPC/Boid symbiant – just so the video log makes sense on YouTube. As promised, Part 1 begins our ‘warts n’ all’ development log of the system as I tweak and evolve it… Read More »

By Mak, August 6, 2016 2 Dev, General, News

I’ve finally gotten around to integrating the Physically Based Rendering into Dominium, along with the long parked Engine Flare system! Sadly, both suffer from ‘programmer art’ at the moment, but I’m happy it’s all now plumbed in and working, ready… Read More »

By Mak, July 20, 2016 Comments Off on Space Flight Mechanics – Check! Design, Dev, News

The first phase of development on the Flight Mechanics is now complete, and I have to say, I’m pretty chuffed with the results! Let me begin by saying that this doesn’t mean ‘Flight Mechanics’ is completed and now final. I’ve… Read More »

By Mak, July 8, 2016 Comments Off on Back to Dominium, huzzah! etc. Design, Dev, General

Hi folks, and a return back to Dom Dev for those tired of the flood of book updates! To avoid getting dragged into the mire with bug-fixing the vessel mount code (which is not really a priority at the moment),… Read More »

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