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Controlling only part(s) of a given mesh
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Wed, Oct 9 2013

I have a mesh in the form of a opera theater with speaker assemblies around the stage that I'm able to load and render using NinevehGL. I want to just control the positioning of the speaker assembly (x,y,z in 3D space) without affecting the rest of the opera theater. Is this kind of (partial) intra-mesh control possible using NinevehGL?

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Wed, Oct 9 2013

In response to: @nishants_


The current version of NinevehGL just make 1 to 1 relation. 1 file = 1 mesh. There is no way to control submeshes using this approach.

If you want more meshes, you could export more 3D files.
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Thu, Oct 10 2013

In response to: @dineybomfim

Thanks for the reply. Can I float different meshes in the same 3D space? Like I would like the speaker assembly to be a separate mesh but share the same 3D space as the opera theater.
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Wed, Apr 23 2014

In response to: @dineybomfim

I have another problem. I'm loading teeth model to Nineveh lib an i want to control it as a single mesh but some of teethes are rotating separately.

How can I lock this?
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