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That sounds right, except that the features can be faces, edges, or vertices, rather than just faces. Also, I'm not sure there's any need to concern yourself with connected faces.
Just to clarify:
1) Use SAT to find the axis showing least penetration (which is also the contact normal and penetration depth)
2) Find the faces from A and B with normals closest to the separating axis and its negative.
3) Perform clipping on A face using B face + connected faces as the clip geometry
'Continuous' is probably as good a term as any, although 'swept' and 'dynamic' are sometimes used as well. (A search for 'obb continuous sat' or 'obb swept sat' would probably turn up some relevant info.)
One more question. jyk mentioned doing continuous intersection testing. Do you have the name of a good algorithm for this?
Posted 16 April 2011 - 12:53 AM