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Offline idkm23

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Adding an Object3D to a bone
« on: March 17, 2016, 08:41:39 pm »
My question is simple: How would I add an object3D to a bone? I am making bounding boxes around the limbs of ONE model&skeleton to create collisions between the limbs of the model (so for example the arm cant phase into the torso). I made a box that surrounds the arm (in the base pose), but now I want the box to follow the arm wherever it is. I basically want the vertices to be attached to the bone just like the mesh. Any ideas are appreciated, thanks.

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Re: Adding an Object3D to a bone
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2016, 11:42:01 am »
What about storing the individual joints with getJointByName(), then using the following method?

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     public SimpleVector getJointPosition(Joint joint) {
SimpleVector location = skeletonPose.getGlobal(joint.getIndex()).getTranslation();
location.matMul(model.get(0).getWorldTransformation());
return location;
     }