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Figure 3.10. Merging data sets from two SPUs.
for( int i=0;i < numRigidBodies ; i ++)
{
Vector direction ;
distance .x = position[i ].x average .x;
distance .y = position[i ].y
average .y;
distance .z = position[i ].z average . z;
total distance .x += distance.x
distance .x;
total distance .y += distance.y
distance .y;
total distance .z += distance.z
distance .z;
}
// Select the axis along which all rigid bodies are
// spread most widely .
if(total distance .x > total distance .y)
{
if ( total distance .x
>
total distance .z)
{
// Select X axis
} else
// Select Z axis
}
} else
if ( total distance .y > total distance .z)
{
// Select Y axis
} else
// Select Z axis
}
}
Listing 3.1. Calculate variance of rigid bodies to find the axis.
For example, Figure 3.11 shows a scene with seven rigid bodies. The x -axis is
selected as all rigid bodies are positioned mostly along this axis. When checking
the overlapping of A with other AABBs (B, F, C, E, D, and G), we note that the
AABBs are sorted in the order A, B, F, C, E, D, G . We can see AABBs of both
A and F are separated along the axis, so we don't need to check later AABBs.
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