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How many and which axes to use for 3D OBB collision with SAT

I've been implementing the SAT based on: http://www.geometrictools.com/Documentation/DynamicCollisionDetection.pdf for 3D collisions On page 7, in the table, it refers the 15 axis to test so we can ...
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Collision resolution in case of collision with multiple objects

I have static objects and movable objects. The collisions are detected using the separating-axis-theorem. For example, in this situation I have two static objects (in red): and a movable object ...
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Collision Detection with SAT: False Collision for Diagonal Movement Towards Vertical Tile-Walls?

I'm developing my first tile-based 2D-game with Javascript. To learn the basics, I decided to write my own "game engine". I have successfully implemented collision detection using the separating axis ...
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SAT, How Do I Find The Penetration Vector?

I've just successfully implemented Separating Axis Theorem (SAT) in my game but I was wondering how do I find the penetration vector? I heard it can be useful for collision response. e.g. The harder ...
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2D game collision response: SAT & minimum displacement along a given axis?

I'm trying to implement a collision system in a 2D game I'm making. The separating axis theorem (as described by metanet's collision tutorial) seems like an efficient and robust way of handling ...
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How do I get the axes for SAT collision detection

In SAT collision detection how do I calculate the axes for projection?
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Separating Axis Theorem Issue

I am trying to create a 2d top down shooter using DirectX 11 (Windows 8 Store) and I am trying to implement OOBB collision using the Separating Axis Theorem. However I appear to have run into an ...