i have the problem, that objects coming too close to the camera are cut off too early.
I want to be able to go much closer (like all the way) before it clips / cuts them off.
What is the correct parameter to play with?
This is what you want
Edit: if you’re using SimpleApplication, the camera variable is called cam.
I tried that. But it caused that i can’t see anything anymore!
But now i figured it out! You cannot set it to 0. Then you don’t see anything anymore.
LOL, i tried setting it to 0.001f. It created a very funny effect, like a warp-effect.
Everything distorted into the distance.
I tried several other values, the closer it gets to 1 the less distortion. I suppose 1 is the default.
But it doesn’t solve my problem. Maybe the other frustrum parameters need to be adjusted at the same time?!
BTW, the function was called [java]cam.setFrustumNear(1f);[/java]
But even with 0.5f it would cut off objects before i reach them.
I guess this is the wrong parameter.
I’m posting from a phone, so my memory may be a bit off on exact names… if you look in the sources for the Application class (superclass for SimpleApplication) you’ll see the camera setup through a setPerspectiveProjection method where you can give it near and far planes as well as view angle and aspect ratio… I would try setting it up with that
BINGO! You got it!
And this is the code to solve the problem:
[java]cam.setFrustumPerspective(45f, (float) cam.getWidth() / cam.getHeight(), 0.01f, 1000f);[/java]
I simply replaced the 1f with 0.01f, that’s all.
Cool! Glad to help