Axis-Aligned Bounding Box (see Bounding Box) - an extremely simplified representation of the size and position of a 2D or 3D graphical object, in the shape of a box.

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Could triangles be used for swept-AABB checks between positions?

I'm trying to understand swept-AABB collision detection. When checking for collisions between two positions of an object, I commonly see one of 3 strategies used: Rays: trace rays from parts of the ...
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Swept AABB vs AABB Calculation Error

I'm having issues running simple AABB vs AABB collision detection. I'm able to successfully detect collisions without checking with velocity. But for some reason my code keeps prematurely firing ...
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Bullet btGImpactCollisionAlgorithm

I have a question about Bullet and in particular GImpact. When, the collisiontestpair(a, b) is called where GImpact pair check algo will be called on the btGImpactMeshShape, does it do a AABB tree ...
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Incorrect frustum culling with center/half-size AABB

I'm trying to implement an axis-aligned bounding box with center/half-size instead of min/max. And I have some problems when it comes to create a method to detect if the aabb is visible or not. I try ...
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Resolving 2D AABB collision problem

I'm adapting the collision resolution code from learnopengl.com for my own engine and since this my first time doing this, I have a problem with how the player position is being modified by the ...
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Is it possible to not include or erase AABB data from a procedurally generated mesh with Renderer?

I am procedurally generating many thousands of very simple meshes with very simple texture (the same for all meshes and instances) in Unity (5.3.4) with C#. Currently they take more than 100MB in ...
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objects bouncing off of each other as collision response

At the moment, how I solve collision between 2 objects looks like this: (all the data of the objects is stored in float arrays, since its OpenCL) float impulseX = mass[id] * vel[id3 + 0]; float ...
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AABB in OpenCL not working correctly

I have this really simple OpenCL kernel. The values get in correctly and get out correctly. So the error must be somewhere in the kernel. All the parameters are float arrays. pos rot vel and aPos aRot ...