So here I am after trying for a long time to not learn Python learning Python. It just seems like I might get a hit or two more on my blog with some Python content. Well whats the first thing I need to figure out aside from getting it up and running in my environment and installing some libraries… Thats right, find a numerical computing library and see how it ticks.
Lets just start with my environment, because I painstakingly chose one.
This is a continuation from part 1. If you have not completed part 1, please go back to part 1 and complete it as this is an addative series where each part builds on the previous part. Part 1 covered the basics of creating a character controller that supports keyboard input and touch. Part 2 will primarily cover animation. Continue reading →