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In this article we will explore some advanced components of CryENGINE 3 by creating a new vehicle for your player to drive around in your level.
In this recipe, we will show you how to build the basic mesh structure for potrugues car to be used in the next recipe. This recipe is not to viewed as a guide on how to model your own mesh, but rather as a template for how the mesh needs to be structured to protugues with the XML script of the vehicle.
For this recipe, you will be portuguea 3DSMax to create and export your. It only supports directly-linked objects and does not support skeleton-based animation bone animation with weighted vertices. It works together with. After creating the basic primitives within Max, we need to rename these objects. Rename the primitives to match the following naming convention:.
Rotate and reset any x-forms if necessary. From here you can now set up the hierarchy to crysngine what we will build into the script:. Portugjes, you will want to create a proxy mesh for each wheel and the body. Be sure to attach these proxies to each portugkes. Proxy meshes can be a direct duplication of the simple primitive geometry we have created. Before we export this mesh, make one final adjustment to the positioning of the vehicle:. Once complete, your left viewport should look something like the following screenshot if you have your body still selected:.
Even though the complete HMMWV may seem to be a very complicated mesh used as a vehicle, it can also be broken down into the same basic structure as the vehicle we just created. The main reason for the separation of the parts on the vehicles is because each part performs its own function. Since the physics of the vehicle code drives the vehicle forward in the engine, it actually controls each wheel independently, so it can animate them based on what they can do at that moment.
This means that you have the potential for a four wheel drive on all CryENGINE 3 vehicles, all animating at different speeds based on the friction that they grip. Since all of the wheels are parented to the body or hull mesh, this means that they drive their parent the body of the vehicle but the body also handles where the wheels need to porthgues offset cryengibe in order to stay aligned when driving. The body itself acts as the base mesh for all other extras put onto the vehicle.
Everything else from Turrets to Doors to Glass Windows branch out from the body. In the XML, this dummy helper is ignored in the hierarchy and the body is treated as the parent node. A more advanced trick is the use of dummy helpers set inside the hierarchy to be used in later reference through the vehicle’s mod system. How this works is that if you had a vehicle such as the basic car shown previously, but you wanted to add on an additional mesh just to have a modified type of this same car something like adding a spoiler to the backthen you can create a dummy helper and align it to the pivot of the object, so it will line up to the body of the mesh when added through the script later on.
This same method was used in Crysis 2 with the Taxi signs on the top of the Taxi cars. The Taxi itself was the same model used as the basic civilian car, but had an additional dummy helper where the sign needed to be placed. This allowed for a clever way to save on memory when rendering multiple vehicle props within a single area but making each car look different.
Adding the basic body and four wheels to make a basic car model is only the beginning. There are limitless possibilities to what you can make as far as the parts on a vehicle are concerned. Along with the modifications system, you have the capabilities to add on a great deal of extra parts to be detached and exploded off through the damage scripts later on.
The possibilities are limitless. For this recipe, you must have some basic knowledge in XML formatting.
Downloading the example code You can download the example code files for all Packt books you have purchased from your account at PacktPub. If you purchased this book elsewhere, you can visit PacktPub. For now, we will skip the Damages and Components cells as we will address them in a different recipe. Finally, you will need to implement the MovementParams needed, so that the XML can access a particular movement behavior from the code that will propel your vehicle.
To get tugorial right away, we have provided an example of the ArcadeWheeled parameters, which we can copy over to MyVehicle:.
The parts defined here in the XML are usually an exact match to the Max scene that the vehicle is created in. As long as the naming of the parts and the name of the subobjects within Max are the same, the vehicle structure should work.
Now that we have created a basic template for a car within the game, we can now start manipulating more of the fun turorial that the XML holds. Let us start out by giving this car a bit more speed. Complete the Creating a new car XML recipe.
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It is a simple matter of increasing this value to increase the car’s overall top speed. Dealing away with tutprial confusing gear ratios, new backend code has been written to create the Arcade Wheeled for the purpose of being able to tweak the tutogial values on wheeled vehicles cryengien easier. In this recipe, we explore some of the possibilities of manipulating the Massbox that we created when first creating the car’s XML.
With increasing the Massbox of the car, we will see how the car is able to push lighter objects out of the way. As simple as the previous recipe was, this one will be just as easy to make a massive change to your vehicle. Begin by finding the car’s part named massBox. A simple method to see the results of how easy it is for the car to move objects out of its way is to place down a basic entity with a mass of and then drive into it with the previous MassBox properties.
Then repeat the process again with the MassBox value. The MassBox is a special part of the vehicle that handles all of the physical interactions of the vehicle as a whole. Along with Arcade Wheeled as the movement behavior, the Massbox is the main point of reference for the car tutorixl all its tuforial for mass physics calculations as long as all those parts remain on the vehicle.
Be aware that increasing the mass of the MassBox will also change the driving characteristics of the car. It is possible to define the mass of other parts besides the Massbox.
However, with Arcade Wheeled movement parameters, this property change will do virtually nothing, but with other movement behaviors it may change the driving mechanics such as the Tutoorial Legacy which should not be used as that movement behavior is no longer supported. Still, there is a use of this property and that is if ever we want to create a part to be detached from the vehicle, this part requires a mass in order to follow the laws of physics for the CryENGINE, such as cdyengine.
Up to this point, we haven’t addressed the issue of the player hanging out of the side of the vehicle every time the they enter it. This is due to portuyues fact that there is no sitting position defined for the driver position and thus leaves the player in the last position and pose before entering the vehicle. In this recipe, we will fix this problem by creating a new helper within portutues vehicle XML.
This simple seat helper lets the vehicle code know where the passengers of that particular seat need to be positioned in the vehicle.
Be aware that this only aligns crywngine root pivot of the character to this position. So in order to pose a character to sit in this position, it is a good practice to create a new animation graph and animation that moves the character so that the root pivot aligns to a bone on the character such as the pelvis.
If no changes to the tutoiral model have been made to the skeleton, then we will crtengine able to utilize the animation graph from the SDK’s HMMWV to pose our character. This will use the animation graph to play the same animations used cryrngine entering and exiting the vehicle as well as utilizing the same sitting pose as the one used for the HMMWV.
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