Ampere K. Hardraade wrote:
> On June 27, 2005 05:40 pm, Curtis L. Olson wrote:
> 
>>Yes, that's a tough one ... think about what happens when the sun is low
>>in the sky ... an object that casts a shadow on the current view could
>>be *way* outside the view frustum.  I don't really understand how
>>shadows work, but you'd almost have to do a complete rerendering
>>(ssgCullandDraw) of the world from the sun's perspective to get this
>>right ... I'm guessing that may be a bit expensive???
>>
>>Curt.
> 
> May be a history of the shadows can be kept, so the object that casts the 
> shadow is not drawn, the shadow will still stay for a while?
> 
> Ampere
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That wouldn't work if you were moving N or S, but at least you wouldn't
see the shadow just up and disappear.

Josh

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