For some reason when I use a 2D skybox stuff above my eye level is drawn over by the sky box. Is there a way to fix this? Is this something that will go awayu if I use a 3D skybox? (I plan to eventually) Thanks! --Foolster41 13:09, 11 Nov 2007 (PST)
Vue Esprit skybox creation
Anyone knows how can I get a well fit skybox with Vue Esprit? I'm trying it but it needs a lot of time until I could get the right parameters. --erwaitin 16:47, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
is there any way to change this? I have a room where two corridors merge, and go out to a balcony place
but the corridors can be seen through the skybox.
ordinarily, I'd merely try to rearrange it, but I've done so so many times, I want to find the REAL answer.
can anyone help? :S Kizzycocoa 00:57, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
- Sounds like you haven't bothered to compile VVIS or haven't constructed your map properly. Or look for errors that either kill VVIS or muck it up. That's about all I can offer given the info provided.--Lost 01:00, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
I have compiled it.
according to this, the width between skybox and the corridor wall is 192 (width from face to face) is that why? :S Kizzycocoa 01:03, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
here is the layout.
from the skybox (blue), you can see the long hallways behind. it is meant to be, like, a building buried into the face of a mountain. know why? x.x Kizzycocoa 11:30, 12 December 2009 (UTC)
what it is is that you need a wall in your 3d skybox so that you cannot look towards the corridors. Otherwise the area isn't occluded an can be seen through the skybox. Imagine the skybox as a window, if you look out of it you can see those corridors (assumng you had a room laid out the same) so it isn't surprising.