The smallest box shape that fully encloses a 3D mesh. They are usually used for things like broad phase culling, a technique to do an initial an coarse check for which parts of a 3D scene to include for rendering or collision detection.

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Sprite collision with color?

Is this possible? To elaborate, I am making a PacMan offshoot. Essentially it is a "zoomed in" version of the game, but the board is randomly generated. I have 11 .png files each to be used as a ...
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How to resolve OBB collision penetration?

I would think this is a common issue, but I couldn't find an answer that helped me. Help would be appreciated. In my game I have rectangular objects. They have rotating bounding box, aka not AABB but ...
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How to Calculate K-Dops Faster

Ok so I have my general understanding of K-Dops for collision detection. I understand how to calculate them. I also understand the super slow way of recalculating them. Example: I have a simple ...
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Setting up 3d Collision for Primitive shapes

Im having some trouble understanding how to set up collision detection between my first person camera and my primitive shapes which are made using the vertex buffer. Do i give my camera a boundingBox ...
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How calculate a new node after cutting a node into an octree

I'm working on a small XNA game, voxel-based like minecraft. I've recently faced a problem in how to delete a node (cube) from an octree and re-calculate the new octree afterward. I have already ...
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How to identify whether the boundingvolume intersects with walls or floor when it doesnt return normals?

My game in jMonkey is the kind that use will have to place objects in a scene (which consist of walls and slabs and floor). All my models are centered at origin. When the user click a point I use ray ...
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Organization of world/eye/clip bounding volumes for ray picking

I currently have objects defined in world coordinates and also other "overlay" type objects defined in eye or clip space. I want to be able to select objects (ray picking) from both the overlay or ...
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Get the bounding box for an object, given its physical properties

I want to get the shape(Geometry/dimensions) of a body. However, I don't need its exact shape. I just need the bounds of that body. Is it possible to create bounding box for the body using its mass, ...