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How to check if two convex hulls are intersecting?

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I need to know if one convex hull is inside the volume of another. I can't seem to think of a good algorithm for this. I've been Googling it for a couple hours now and I've found nothing...

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I need to know if one convex hull is inside the volume of another. I can't seem to think of a good algorithm for this. I've been Googling it for a couple hours now and I've found nothing...


Totally contained, or partial intersection?

Partial intersection is easy, not sure about the other one :)

http://www.pfirth.co.uk/collision.html#Polyhedra

Cheers, Paul.

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[quote name='SteveDeFacto' timestamp='1299532380' post='4782955']
I need to know if one convex hull is inside the volume of another. I can't seem to think of a good algorithm for this. I've been Googling it for a couple hours now and I've found nothing...


Totally contained, or partial intersection?

Partial intersection is easy, not sure about the other one :)

http://www.pfirth.co....html#Polyhedra

Cheers, Paul.
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Looks like it could be useful but I forgot to mention that I need to do it in 3D.

EDIT: Nevermind, I see it covers that! smile.gif

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