Thread: render engine outline

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    render engine outline

    I've been trying to build a structure that can define 3D models made of 3 point polygons and figure out the position of all of the vertices during rotations and movements. It can only rotate on the Y and Z axis, I'm not sure how I would go about making it rotate on an axis defined by any two points yet. Am I heading down the right path here, I'm not really sure how too render in directX or openGL yet so I'm not sure if this would be compatible.

    #include "math.h"
    #include "stdlib.h"
    const double PI = 3.14159265358979;
    typedef struct Tvertice{
        float x;
        float y;
        float z;
    } Tvertice;
    typedef struct Tpos{
        float x;
        float y;
        float z;
    } Tpos;
    typedef struct Tvector{
        unsigned int x;
        unsigned int y;
        unsigned int z;
    } Tvector;
    typedef struct Tpolygon{
        Tvertice vertice[3];
    } Tpolygon;
    typedef struct Trender{
        Tvertice vertice[3];
    } Trender;
    typedef struct Tobject{
        Tpolygon polygon[100];
        Tpos pos;
        Tvector vector;
        float spinZ;
        float spinY;
        float spinvZ;
        float spinvY;
        Trender render[100];
    } Tobject;
    Tobject object;
    float timeinterval;
    int moveobject(void){
    int ctr;
    int ctr1;
    object.vector.x = (object.vector.x)*(timeinterval);
    object.vector.y = (object.vector.y)*(timeinterval);
    object.vector.z = (object.vector.z)*(timeinterval);
    object.spinvY = (object.spinvY)*(timeinterval);
    object.spinvZ = (object.spinvZ)*(timeinterval);
    object.pos.x = object.pos.x + object.vector.x;
    object.pos.y = object.pos.y + object.vector.y;
    object.pos.z = object.pos.z + object.vector.z;
    object.spinZ = fmod(float (object.spinZ + object.spinvZ), float (2*PI));
    object.spinY = fmod(float (object.spinY + object.spinvY), float (2*PI));
    for(ctr= 0; ctr<100; ctr++)
        for(ctr1 = 0; ctr1 <3; ctr1 ++)
            object.render[ctr].vertice[ctr1].x = (((object.polygon[ctr].vertice[ctr1].x)(cos(object.spinZ)))-(object.polygon[ctr].vertice[ctr1].y(sin(object.spinZ)))+(object.pos.x));
            object.render[ctr].vertice[ctr1].y = (((object.polygon[ctr].vertice[ctr1].x)(sin(object.spinZ)))+(object.polygon[ctr].vertice[ctr1].y(cos(object.spinZ)))+(object.pos.y));
            object.render[ctr].vertice[ctr1].z = (((object.polygon[ctr].vertice[ctr1].x)(sin(object.spinY)))+(object.polygon[ctr].vertice[ctr1].z(cos(object.spinY)))+(object.pos.z));

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    You need to dive in and start learning OpenGL (or DirectX) since many of these concepts are directly implemented there.

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