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Apr
22
comment SAT and then what?
Ok I get it. I guess I don't need realistic physics then. I just want realistic collisions without 'jumpy' effect. I want it smooth. I want realistic angles after collision
Apr
22
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Apr
21
comment SAT and then what?
@ashes999 SAT stands for Separating Axes Theorem and it just says that if you can find an axis onto which projected figures does not overlap then there is no collision. There is more of course. I found those two resources helpful sevenson.com.au/actionscript/sat and metanetsoftware.com/technique/tutorialA.html
Apr
21
comment SAT and then what?
@gardian06 honestly I thought these two do not exclude each other. Could you elaborate on those?
Apr
21
comment SAT and then what?
@dreta also about doing those friction, spin, 'bounciness' in a way you said... does it gives realistic, good looking results?
Apr
21
comment SAT and then what?
@dreta so I take that normalized vector n from MTV and apply something like this: v-2(v•n)n where v is velocity vector. Is that what you said could tell me?
Apr
21
asked SAT and then what?