mesh.moveWithCollisions() method but I don’t see something like:
mesh.rotateWithCollisions() method. How to properly rotate a mesh with
Or maybe doing something like
mesh.scaleWithCollisions() to change collision size with its mesh?
Ellipsoid are axis aligned and it’s not possible to rotate them
So, you can hook an collision to a transform, then have a child transform that you can rotate as you want.
@Cedric It’s impossible that moveWithCollisions takes into account rotation? would a implementation of that be expensive?
I’m not sure if I understand the second part correctly.
(if possible with a trick, how would it work in a scenario like this: moveWithCollisions rotation ?)
feature request? (rotateWithCollisions, scaleWithCollisions)
It would be great but I think it’s too hard to implement so it’s better to use physics I suppose
thats a bummer
As @Rata_Blanca said, as soon as you need more advanced features, the best is to use a physics engine.