Giliam J. P. de Carpentier

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Virtual outdoor terrain used for games is generally created by a level designer, using a variety of tools. These tools are currently based either on local interactive brush-based terrain sculpting or on global, parameterized algorithmic synthesis/adaptation of complete heightfields. Both tool types have largely complementary benefits and drawbacks. In this(More)
This paper introduces a practical analytical approximation of projectile trajectories in 2D and 3D roughly based on a linear drag model and explores a variety of different planning algorithms for these trajectories. Although the trajectories are only approximate, they still capture many of the characteristics of a real projectile in free fall under the(More)
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