The current precision is not 100% perfect but very very high. Nothing to even slightly worry about and with the wheel using the helper position it is completely unnoticeable. Even when you zoom in all the way. To answer your question, the FBX export format does not nearly support all this nifty stuff my brother used in 3ds max. Even if it would, you would not gain much or anything.This is because of the math involved. Whenever you do IK or invert a function in a non analytical (non closed-form) way like i did in the engine or max does for IK, you only have an approximation. This is true in 3ds max as well. Even "look at" is not 100% perfect all the time and more complex inverse stuff only gets worse. This is a fundamental issue. This part of mathematics is called "numerical analysis" and it is used for nearly everything in the engine that is not straight forward. Even relatively simple stuff like the inverse of a 4th order polynomial does not have a closed-form and thereby perfect solution (This is unrelated to numerical calculus precision which is yet another problem).
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Looks great. I like the water drops on the lens when the vehicle goes through the wet. Are you planning on doing a first person option?
Thanks for sharing! Very impressive and inspirational. Foliage renders great also. Assuming it is premade, which pack is used?
If you've got time to do so, could you describe what your engines renderpass looks like?For instance do you use a deferred renderer or a forward(+ maybe?) renderer. How do you create your reflections, do you use PBR? etc. Would be super interesting
Very impressive work, especially for a small team, congrats!Definitely looking forward to Early Access but concerned DRAG will struggle at ~$30 with limited content (1 car, 3 tracks).Other than multiplayer which other features will be available initially?
defragger said:True, we have limited content. but I can safely say that (1 car, 3 tracks) is a false assumption.
i see that the response of the steering wheels is quite quick and nimble.thank you for not following the nonsensical trend of steering dampening.
The_Benjamins said:are there plans to have soft body physics on the tires to simulate how the deforms when you drive, turn, land?What is the state for terrain physics, can object be broken (bushes, fences), does the ground wear or have mud physics (kinda like spintires)?
That tire deformation is amazing!! Kind of details i woulndt have noticed at first but that's still so important for the overall feeling