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    EmuTalk Member thakis's Avatar
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    Getting somewhere...
    Took me some time, but now I understand the tristrip data format well enough to display triangles for the whole scene - here is a screenie. Theoretically textures and normals are now working as well (the normals used in the screenie weren't loaded from the file but computed from the triangle data), I just have to implement it (but I know where to read the data from in the file).

    Next steps are support for animated models (they still look somewhat horked because I need to take joint data into account for them, what I'm not doing at the moment [and I don't understand the joint data format at the moment]) and support for models with more than one texture.

    Last edited by thakis; February 21st, 2005 at 02:09.

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    Whoah, nice progress

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    I agree. This is quite interesting. I hope more people look into making use of gamecube games in a non-emulation way. Thanks for sharing all your progress.
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    EmuTalk Member thakis's Avatar
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    Now with colors but without lighting - seems as if the lighting is included in the vertex colors anyway.

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    Texture.

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    EmuTalk Member thakis's Avatar
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    Textures in the airport level. Because there's only one texture per file supported at the moment, you can choose which part of the map looks correct - the rest looks kinda weird with the chosen texture :-)

    Below are shots with the airplane texture and the mountain texture enabled.

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    wow awesome progress thakis
    is that the only scene you can view at the moment?
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    EmuTalk Member thakis's Avatar
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    No, I thought it's nice to always use the same scene so one can better see the progress. All scenes work. Name your favorite one and I'll post a screenie ;-)

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    id have to play the game to know the scenes (or levels). so any scene qould do
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    Play it, it's a great game! Here's the town (looks *really* weird 'cause it uses lots of different textures)...

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