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Question about moving 3d object on screen...
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Wed, Mar 6 2013

I am making an app to be used for viewing furniture in a room with a picture as the background. Is there a way that I can make a floor that the 3d object would follow as it is dragged back in the view? I have seen other apps that do this so that you don't have to move the model up or down just drag up on it and it gets smaller in perspective the further "back" in the room you drag it. If this doesn't make sense I apologize, if it does and anyone has any clues how to make this work, please let me know. Thanks!!
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Thu, Mar 14 2013

In response to: @pwhitlock

Nothing? Come on community, does no one have a clue as to if I can do this using nineveh.gl?
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