This tutorial will make a correction to the raycasting tutorial, as I thought Lumberyard didn’t provide a raycasting method, but it does.
This tutorial will go over how to set up Lumberyard C++ development with visual code.
In this tutorial, we will be doing a raycast and drawing where it is casting.
I was going to jump into a tutorial about raycasting in Lumberyard, which uses lots of old cryEngine stuff (like gEnv->pPhysicalWorld) and someone suggested putting a gem wrapper around it; and callable via an EBus. So that led me to this tutorial. It is super easy to create a Gem, so lets get started. Creating […]
This will be the final part of the Input series. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out part 1, part 2, and part 3 This tutorial will focus on the ability to look up and down as the player. It will probably be the most complex part since it is the camera that […]
In this tutorial we fix two of the 3 problems we created in the last tutorial.
The following post is a tutorial on how to set up player inputs for Lumberyard using C++, part 2
Getting started with Lumberyard and setting up the environment
The following post is a tutorial on how to set up player inputs for Lumberyard using C++
Disclaimer: These views are not the views of Amazon or official Lumberyard policy. Honestly, it’s just a rant. The value of testing It is a misconception to think that test are written to determine if you wrote your code properly. Sometimes this is true if you are a true Test Driven Developer (TDD) but in […]