I have a weird problem where objects disappear at the edge of the camera…
Now I’m guessing that the new thing, that when you object gets out of the view of the camera, the camera doesn’t render it, that’s really cool and all, but is there a way to disable that on certain objects? Is there a way to make it so objects don’t disappear at the edge of the camera?
This problem is really frusterating…
I’ll see if I can post a video, but not a .blend, I’d like to keep that to myself.
Hopefully, the programmers here know how to fix it, or people who have encoutered this problem would know how to fix it…
The GE renders object if the bounding box of the object is at least partly inside the camera frustum (left picture). The camera frustum is the “visible” room that is shown by the camera see wikipedia for details.
But if you modify the mesh (which can by done by actions) the bounding box is not updated. If the object center (with the bounding box) is outside the frustum the object will not be rendered. That means at the right picture you will not see the mesh.
This happens if:
the character growths during an action
leaves its place during an action (see the picture).
I am having the same problem, only that it only happens when I use a runtime executable. When I push “p” in blender and run the game engine, everything works perfectly. However, when I save a runtime executable and run the executable (i.e. the blender player), everything outside of the camera disappears! Does anyone know how I can fix this?