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How do I determine the collision normal in an axis aligned bounding box collision?
I have a 3d moving box and a stationary box. I can detect collisions ok but now I would like to slide the moving box against the stationary box as a collision response. For this I need the normal of ...
May 29 '11 at 16:53
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