collision detection

by bob » Sat, 26 Mar 2011 08:36:39 GMT


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 Does android have any libraries to help with collision detection?

Thanks.

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Re: collision detection

by Hari Edo » Sat, 26 Mar 2011 09:34:05 GMT


 


Not going to give us much to go on, right?  What do you mean?
Phone-hits-pavement, finger-thumps-phone, finger-taps-widget,
circle-intersects-with-circle, rectangle-intersects-with-line,
sphere-intersects-with-ray, mesh-intersects-with-mesh, what?

Actually, I guess the answer is simpler than the question.
In all but one of those cases, the answer is generally "no."

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