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### Bounding Volumes for Empty Space

I'm creating an Android game that relies heavily on collision detection for a couple of players (at least up to 4). I researched hierarchical structures that could speed up the process. Because I have ...
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I'm trying to make collisions smoother in my game. Currently, entities will stop completely when they collide with an obstacle. I saw the following article recently: http://www.gamedev.net/page/...
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### How do I get a SphereCollider's global origin in Unity?

I've been following this tutorial: Understanding Steering Behaviors: Collision Avoidance but I'm having trouble implementing one of the functions correctly in Unity, here's the code: private ...
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### Calculate diameter of sphere large enough to encompasss a frustum

I'm attempting to speed up box-to-box collision checks by first testing if two spheres large enough to encompass each (respectively) would collide (because I'm using separating axis theorem and it's ...
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### XNA 3D Unable to Position Bounding Sphere

I have a collision method which seems like it would work, and it does, but the bounding sphere is always at 0, 0, 0. How do I fix this? Any more code and or details are avaliable upon request. Any ...
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### Wall penetration

I have a terrain with geometry that is fairly ridged. I needed to make sure the player didn't enter the world geometry, so I used sphere-triangle intersections (after narrow down of which tris to ...
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### How to calculate the Screen Position of a bounding sphere/box?

Synopsis: What I have is an object rendered on the screen. I need to calculate the top-left / bottom-right of it's location on the screen in Screen Coordinates. Explanation: The object is ...
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### Simple Bounding Sphere Calculations for 2d game

I'm writing a 2d game and have a question regarding the use of bounding spheres. I'm kind of OK with the math, but I'm confused about one thing. To work out the distance between the 2 centre points ...