The problem i have here is not related directly to the jme, but it could be a nice thing to have a “fix” for it.
Ok, i am using spacescape from Alex Peterson, and when i generate a simple sky with stars, i get images like this :
It’s nice, i have even a “Ursa Minor”-like in the center of the image ^^.
The problem is … well, if you look at this picture, you can see that you have more stars in the middle of it. This is the “down” picture, but you have the same thing on all sides and for all “random” sky i can generate.
Actually, you don’t have only “more stars”, they are also bigger.
and, here is the problem : in jme, i can see when i am looking at a corner of the box or not, because stars that are not in a corner are bigger, more numerous, and “blink” less when i move my camera.
I think that the distorsion (the magnifing effect) i have with spacescape is not “strange”, as a lot of pictures for skybox out there have this kind of distorsion too. But i think that it’s something “standard” and it could be a good idea to add a boolean in the skyfactory to indicate if the picture is distorded.
Ok, i hope my explanations was clear enough.
Thanks for reading.