gl-basic-tile-map

Draws 2D tile maps using WebGL

npm install gl-basic-tile-map
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gl-basic-tile-map

Simple 2D tile map renderer in WebGL.

Example

var shell = require("gl-now")()
var ndarray = require("ndarray")
var tileMap = require("isabella-texture-pack")
var createTexture = require("gl-texture2d")
var glm = require("gl-matrix")
var createTileMap = require("gl-basic-tile-map")
var mat3 = glm.mat3

var tiles = ndarray(new Uint8Array(128*128*2), [128,128,2])
var cameraPosition = [0,0]
var cameraScale = 0.01
var tileMap

shell.on("gl-init", function() {
  var gl = shell.gl

  var tileSheet = createTexture(gl, tileMap)
  tileMap = createTileMap(gl, tileSheet, tiles, [16,16])

  //Randomize all the tiles every second
  setInterval(function() {
    for(var i=0; i<128; ++i) {
      for(var j=0; j<128; ++j) {
        tiles.set(i, j, 0, (Math.random()*16)|0)
        tiles.set(i, j, 1, (Math.random()*16)|0)
      }
    }
    tileMap.update(tiles)
  }, 1000)
})

shell.on("gl-render", function() {
  var view = [cameraScale, 0, 0,
              0, cameraScale, 0,
              cameraPosition[0], cameraPosition[1], 1]
  tileMap.draw(view)
})

shell.on("tick", function() {
  if(shell.wasDown("mouse-1")) {
    cameraPosition[0] += (shell.mouseX - shell.prevMouseX) / shell.width
    cameraPosition[1] -= (shell.mouseY - shell.prevMouseY) / shell.height
  }
  if(shell.scroll[1]) {
    cameraScale *= Math.exp(shell.scroll[1] / shell.height)
  }
})

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Install

npm install gl-basic-tile-map

API

Constructor

var createTileMap = require("gl-basic-tile-map")

var tileMap = createTileMap(gl, tileSheet, tileData, tileShape)

Creates a tile map object.

  • gl is a handle to a WebGL context
  • tileSheet is an instance of a gl-texture2d object
  • tileData is an [m,n,2] shaped ndarray
  • tileShape is a length 2 array describing the size of each tile

Returns A TileMap object

TileMap Methods

tileMap.draw(view)

Draws the tilemap with the given view matrix. view is a homography represented by a 3x3 matrix giving the transformation from the world coordinates to the viewing frustum, which is in the coordinate system [-1,1] x [-1,1].

tileMap.update(data[, x, y])

Updates a region of the underlying tileIds.

  • data is an ndarray containing the new pixels to update
  • x is the x-offset of the region to update
  • y is the y-offset of the region to update

tileMap.dispose()

Releases the resources associated with the tile map object.

Credits

(c) 2013 Mikola Lysenko. MIT License

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