voxel-player

create a skinnable player with physics enabled

npm install voxel-player
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voxel-player

Create a skinnable player with physics enabled.

example

var createGame = require('voxel-engine');
var game = createGame({
    generate: require('voxel').generator['Valley'],
    texturePath: '/textures/'
});
window.game = game;
game.appendTo('#container');

var createPlayer = require('voxel-player')(game);
var substack = createPlayer('substack.png');
substack.possess();

window.addEventListener('keydown', function (ev) {
    if (ev.keyCode === 'R'.charCodeAt(0)) {
        substack.toggle();
    }
});

methods

var voxelPlayer = require('voxel-player')

var createPlayer = voxelPlayer(game)

Return a function createPlayer from a voxel-engine game instance.

var player = createPlayer(img)

Return a new player from a image file src string img.

player.position.set(x, y, z)

Set the player position.

player.subjectTo(forceVector)

Subject the player to a force of gravity or some such. The default value is a THREE.Vector3 with { x: 0, y: -0.00009, z: 0 }.

player.move(x, y, z) or player.move(vec)

Move a relative amount with (x, y, z) or a THREE.Vector3 vec.

player.moveTo(x, y, z) or player.move(pos)

Move to an absolute position with (x, y, z) or a THREE.Vector3 pos.

player.pov(view)

Set the player view type to 'first' or 'third' person perspective. You can also use a number: 1 or 3.

player.toggle()

Toggle the player pov between 1st and 3rd.

player.possess()

Set the player as the active camera view.

install

With npm do:

npm install voxel-player

license

MIT

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