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VirtualJoysticksCamera - Left joystick speed

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Hello, I am experiminting with the Virtual Joysticks Camera and I have a scene that is relatively large. when I use the left joystick to move the camera it moves really slow, I can't figure out how to change the speed of the left joystick. The right joystick(camera rotation) rotates just fine.

 

Thanks for the help!

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Hi Davrous!  Good to see you again!  Thanks for the feature add.

 

I toured a few BJS scenes from the main website last night, choosing 'virtual joysticks camera' from their camera selector panel.  Often, the right joystick was too sensitive, the left joystick was 'slow' or had low sensitivity/sensibility.

 

#1.  Will camera.speed affect both joysticks? 

 

#2.  If the right joystick is too fast/sensitive (compared to the left vj), do we/can we... use VJcamera.angularSensibility to slow it down?

 

#3.  Could JM's issue have been solved...like this...

var vjc = new VirtualJoysticksCamera(name, position, scene);vjc._leftjoystick.setJoystickSensibility(number);vjc._rightjoystick.setJoystickSensibility(number);

#4.  Should we maybe make ._leftjoystick and ._rightjoystick... public?  (remove underscore)

 

#5.  Does the joystick's _rotationSpeed get involved with our conversation here?

 

#6.  Do you think a feature would be possible... WHILE a joystick is active on-screen (being held on)... a user could tap + and - to adjust THAT joystick's _joystickSensibility?

 

(Sorry for so many questions.)

 

 

VJS Tracks in the Snow

 

Davrous, I see "ring tracks" when I drag one VJ into the other VJ's half-screen space.  For example, drag left VJ into right VJ space... it leaves tracks.  Same with the reverse action. 

 

#7.  Do you see that?  If so, do you think that needs to be fixed?

 

Thanks D!  (and any others who want to answer) 

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Hi Wingnut,

 

 The speed property will only affect the direction (left stick) and not the rotation. That's why I've also added 2 new functions getLeftJoystick & getRightJoystick:

https://github.com/BabylonJS/Babylon.js/blob/master/src/Cameras/babylon.virtualJoysticksCamera.ts if you'd like to better tune the global sensibility.

 

 It's better to start t​uning using the speed property as we're computing the real speed based on the current FPS / deltatime to adjust the move.

 

 Still, if you'd like to adjust differently you can now do:

 

var vjc = new BABYLON.VirtualJoysticksCamera("vjc", Vector3.Zero(), scene);

vjc.getRightJoystick().setJoystickSensibility(0.5);

 
 And thus have access to all properties linked to both joystick:

https://github.com/BabylonJS/Babylon.js/blob/master/src/Tools/babylon.virtualJoystick.ts like also their color or Axis control.

 

 I known about the rendering bug on the middle. I need to work on it also, I was too lazy to fix it because I haven't found an easy & elegant solution up to now.​ ;)

 

 

Bye,

David​

 

 

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Hi Wingnut,

 

 I've spent a couple of hours in my plane for Orlando fixing the rendering issues with the rings when going over the middle of the screen. I've fixed also some bugs on the fire action (rendering part also).

 

 I've pushed it on the github.

 

Enjoy!

 

David

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