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How to resolve collisions of compound shapes using SAT?
SAT is a decent way to determine collisions between arbitrary convex polygons. You'll even get the vector that is needed to resolve a collision. To resolve collisions between complex (non-convex) ...
Sep 12 '11 at 15:33
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