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This has been under development for a while but we are proud to have it released today! Using a Chrome extension you can subscribe and load our libraries directly inside the PlayCanvas editor. We are determined in providing a list of editor extensions that empower PlayCanvas and solve case specific problems. Coming soon: Physics Painter P2P Multiplayer Animation Timeline Starter Kits Learn more: https://pic.pirron-rodon.one/ Athena Terrain Creator Create dynamic terrains from heightmaps with adjustable quality and multiple textures that render directly inside the PlayCanvas editor. Terrain creator is an editor extension that integrates seamlessly with the PlayCanvas editor. It provides tools that help you add natural terrains in your scenes and the ability to do object placement in a WYSIWYG way. Features list: In editor terrain generator from heightmaps. No need to include big terrain models to your app, reduce your download size to a minimum. Terrain generation on runtime is fast! Depending on the quality selected can be < 300ms. Support for single and tiled heightmaps, seams are properly calculated during normals generation. Why tiles? Benefit by camera frustrum culling to achieve greater performance. Support for infinite number of terrains! Take care of your polycount and you can have as many terrains as you like. Control your terrain model detail by selecting the number of subdivisions. Control your terrain total size in all directions. Support for colormaps with up to four texture channels. The splatmap shader uses the PlayCanvas shader chunks system supporting all lighting/rendering effects. The terrain model generated uses a standard PlayCanvas material for lighting. A collision component is added that allows compatibility with other editor extensions coming soon. A special terrain-runtime.js script is added to your project to generate your terrain on runtime. All terrains generated are yours to keep! All extension fields include detailed tooltips with usage instructions. Coming soon: API pc.Events that allow you to add your custom logic during terrain generation/texturing.
Hey everyone, I've been using phaser for a few days now and I really love it! Now my question: How do I put severals Tilemaps together so that they act like a single map? I'd like to have the option of an infinite, self generating map. My first idea was to have like 20x20Tiles large Tilemaps (chunks) which, when the player reaches the edge of each chunk, call the next chunk so that the player can move seamlessly through the map. And if this chunk doesn't exist yet, an algorithm creates it on the fly. This does also allow me to load the chunks dynamically, so that the players in a multiplayer mode don't have to load the entire map at once. So far, so good. But I didn't find any method in the phaser documentation which allows me to realise this idea. The few forum topics which also concern this idea didn't help either. (Neither this one nor this one). Instead of going on and writing my own tile-engine I hope that you might have an idea on how to realise this without reinventing the whole wheel Hope you can help me! Thank you in advance! (Sorry for my bad english. If something is unclear please tell me.) best regards, AlexLi