I'm trying to wrap my head around 2D physics and stumbled upon Axis Aligned Bounding Boxes, and I have a couple of questions regarding them.
In all AABB structs I could find out there, people prefer naming their AABB vectors:
Min. What do those values actually represent?
LowerBound the x and y of a rectangle and
UpperBound x+width, y+height? If so, why not call them
BottmRight? (since a boundary isn't a point) Same thing with
min, the naming makes no sense to me.
The other question is: In every AABB collision detection guide out there people seem to present two AABB boxes, and call the the first one
A, and the second one
B, almost like an AABB doesn't even represent a box.
Could someone show me how to make a AABB box, out of a Rectangle (x,y,width,height)? That would clarify a lot for me.