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    Re: Tutorial - Trigonometry In Gaming

    Aw thanks man. I love you too.

    *man-bear-hug*
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    Re: Tutorial - Trigonometry In Gaming

    Consider that we are using integer positions, the one of MMF2. If you used floats for position, an xPos and yPos alterable value set in the racecar, you would have more accurate movement. I assume...
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    Re: Tutorial - Trigonometry In Gaming

    Hehe no problem. It's basically for people who are either young and not very far in math, or anyone who just kind of avoided trig? I don't think that's possible in today's education, in the US, for...
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    Re: Tutorial - Trigonometry In Gaming

    I like that one too ^_^ It's very fun to play with!

    Frequency 36 will give you a spinning double helix.
    Frequency 40 looks like Newton's Cradle in a way. Fun to watch :)

    There's a lot of...
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    Tutorial - Trigonometry In Gaming

    I just made a tutorial on trigonometry in gaming situations, such as 360 degree shooting, for a few people who asked about it.
    People who don't know trig yet might see the concept as rather scary,...
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