amt-morbus wrote:dunno what fc is but in AMT-FS5 I have 16 pad lanes in 45°. With normal strafe technique you'll have a hard time to reach more than level-10.
KittenIgnition wrote:amt-morbus wrote:dunno what fc is but in AMT-FS5 I have 16 pad lanes in 45°. With normal strafe technique you'll have a hard time to reach more than level-10.
fc = full circle, a map that was uploaded a couple weeks ago to show off velocity snapping. it just has a bunch of hallways at different angles to show how much the angle effects acceleration.
RetroHelix wrote:KittenIgnition wrote:amt-morbus wrote:dunno what fc is but in AMT-FS5 I have 16 pad lanes in 45°. With normal strafe technique you'll have a hard time to reach more than level-10.
fc = full circle, a map that was uploaded a couple weeks ago to show off velocity snapping. it just has a bunch of hallways at different angles to show how much the angle effects acceleration.
Not knowing about such things I feel like there is a hardcore defrag underground scene besides the normal defragfolks. I feel so clueless now.
% 0 to 90 degrees in 0.1 degree steps
degs = 0:0.05:90;
% max velocity gain without velocity snapping
max_gain = 2.56;
% preallocate arrays (for speed)
r_dist = zeros(1,length(degs));
x = zeros(1,length(degs));
y = zeros(1,length(degs));
rads = deg2rad(degs);
% X and Y coordinates of the circle for each angle
for i = 1:length(rads)
[x(i), y(i)] = pol2cart(rads(i), 2.56);
end
% snap the circle
r_x = round(x);
r_y = round(y);
% vector length after snapping
for i = 1:length(rads)
r_dist(i) = sqrt(r_x(i)*r_x(i) + r_y(i)*r_y(i));
end
% normalise all values so we can output everything in percent
pr_dist = (r_dist / max_gain) * 100;
line = ones(1, length(degs))*100;
% draw snapped values(blue)
plot(degs, pr_dist, '-b')
hold on
% draw circle radius prior to snapping (red)
plot(degs, line, '-r')
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