CAP4053_lecture2 - Game Engines for AI CAP4053 AI for Game...

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Game Engines for AI CAP4053 AI for Game Programming Dr. Kenneth Stanley January 12, 2011
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First Task (with partner): Choose a Game Engine “Game Engine” just means a platform for your game programming You do not need an official game engine Good qualities A language and OS you prefer Easy 2-D or 3-D graphics Easy access to player and non-player character (NPC) positions Project rays into walls
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Tasks You Want to Be Easy Partition space into an invisible connected graph
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Tasks You Want to Be Easy Gather list of agents within a vicinity
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Tasks You Want to Be Easy Project rays into walls
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OpenGL C/C++ 2-D and 3-D graphics application development since 1992 Platform-independent Windows, Mac, Linux Widely used in academia Low-level infrastructure Not a physics simulator Sometimes part of more high-level engines Numerous examples available Miniracer
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DirectX C++/C# Multimedia and games programming Microsoft Windows only
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