irr::scene::ITriangleSelector Class Reference

Interface to return triangles with specific properties. More...

`#include <ITriangleSelector.h>`

Inheritance diagram for irr::scene::ITriangleSelector:

- virtual ISceneNode * getSceneNodeForTriangle (u32 triangleIndex) const =0
- virtual ITriangleSelector * getSelector (u32 index)=0
- virtual const ITriangleSelector * getSelector (u32 index) const =0
- virtual u32 getSelectorCount () const =0
- virtual s32 getTriangleCount () const =0
- virtual void getTriangles (core::triangle3df *triangles, s32 arraySize, s32 &outTriangleCount, const core::matrix4 *transform=0) const =0
- virtual void getTriangles (core::triangle3df *triangles, s32 arraySize, s32 &outTriangleCount, const core::aabbox3d< f32 > &box, const core::matrix4 *transform=0) const =0
- virtual void getTriangles (core::triangle3df *triangles, s32 arraySize, s32 &outTriangleCount, const core::line3d< f32 > &line, const core::matrix4 *transform=0) const =0

Interface to return triangles with specific properties.

Every ISceneNode may have a triangle selector, available with ISceneNode::getTriangleScelector() or ISceneManager::createTriangleSelector. This is used for doing collision detection: For example if you know, that a collision may have happened in the area between (1,1,1) and (10,10,10), you can get all triangles of the scene node in this area with the ITriangleSelector easily and check every triangle if it collided.

Definition at line 28 of file ITriangleSelector.h.

virtual ISceneNode* irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getSceneNodeForTriangle | ( | u32 | triangleIndex | ) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Get scene node associated with a given triangle.

This allows to find which scene node (potentially of several) is associated with a specific triangle.

**Parameters:**-
triangleIndex,: the index of the triangle for which you want to find the associated scene node.

**Returns:**- The scene node associated with that triangle.

virtual ITriangleSelector* irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getSelector | ( | u32 | index | ) | ` [pure virtual]` |

Get TriangleSelector based on index based on getSelectorCount.

Only useful for MetaTriangleSelector, others return 'this' or 0

virtual const ITriangleSelector* irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getSelector | ( | u32 | index | ) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Get TriangleSelector based on index based on getSelectorCount.

Only useful for MetaTriangleSelector, others return 'this' or 0

virtual u32 irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getSelectorCount | ( | ) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Get number of TriangleSelectors that are part of this one.

Only useful for MetaTriangleSelector, others return 1

virtual s32 irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getTriangleCount | ( | ) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Get amount of all available triangles in this selector.

virtual void irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getTriangles | ( | core::triangle3df * | triangles, |

s32 | arraySize, |
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s32 & | outTriangleCount, |
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const core::matrix4 * | transform = `0` |
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) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Gets the triangles for one associated node.

This returns all triangles for one scene node associated with this selector. If there is more than one scene node associated (e.g. for an IMetaTriangleSelector) this this function may be called multiple times to retrieve all triangles.

**Parameters:**-
triangles Array where the resulting triangles will be written to. arraySize Size of the target array. outTriangleCount,: Amount of triangles which have been written into the array. transform Pointer to matrix for transforming the triangles before they are returned. Useful for example to scale all triangles down into an ellipsoid space. If this pointer is null, no transformation will be done.

virtual void irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getTriangles | ( | core::triangle3df * | triangles, |

s32 | arraySize, |
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s32 & | outTriangleCount, |
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const core::aabbox3d< f32 > & | box, |
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const core::matrix4 * | transform = `0` |
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) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Gets the triangles for one associated node which may lie within a specific bounding box.

This returns all triangles for one scene node associated with this selector. If there is more than one scene node associated (e.g. for an IMetaTriangleSelector) this this function may be called multiple times to retrieve all triangles.

This method will return at least the triangles that intersect the box, but may return other triangles as well.

**Parameters:**-
triangles Array where the resulting triangles will be written to. arraySize Size of the target array. outTriangleCount Amount of triangles which have been written into the array. box Only triangles which are in this axis aligned bounding box will be written into the array. transform Pointer to matrix for transforming the triangles before they are returned. Useful for example to scale all triangles down into an ellipsoid space. If this pointer is null, no transformation will be done.

virtual void irr::scene::ITriangleSelector::getTriangles | ( | core::triangle3df * | triangles, |

s32 | arraySize, |
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s32 & | outTriangleCount, |
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const core::line3d< f32 > & | line, |
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const core::matrix4 * | transform = `0` |
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) | const` [pure virtual]` |

Gets the triangles for one associated node which have or may have contact with a 3d line.

This returns all triangles for one scene node associated with this selector. If there is more than one scene node associated (e.g. for an IMetaTriangleSelector) this this function may be called multiple times to retrieve all triangles.

Please note that unoptimized triangle selectors also may return triangles which are not in contact at all with the 3d line.

**Parameters:**-
triangles Array where the resulting triangles will be written to. arraySize Size of the target array. outTriangleCount Amount of triangles which have been written into the array. line Only triangles which may be in contact with this 3d line will be written into the array. transform Pointer to matrix for transforming the triangles before they are returned. Useful for example to scale all triangles down into an ellipsoid space. If this pointer is null, no transformation will be done.

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