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cartoonman

March 09, 2005, 08:03 PM

Hi guys:

I am studying about Quake3 BSP file loader, Now it's ok, but when learning collision detection, the question is:

When learning a tutorial from devmaster.net (http://www.devmaster.net/articles/quake3collision/), it is very useful, but in some scene, I can't go through the archway, even I can see no occluder there, it seems collision is detected, I wonder whether there are some extra information about these archway, I don't know why, could any guys kindly give me some clues?

Another question, I don't load lump about models, what is the functionality about models in lump? maybe it is the clue for my collision problem.

Thanks!
Cartoonman

 
Reedbeta

March 09, 2005, 09:17 PM

The models lump contains model data for movers, e.g. func_doors, func_trains and such things. It shouldn't affect your collision until you want to render and collide with these objects. If I remember correctly a lot of the archways in Q3 are built with spline surfaces. Maybe you're not colliding against these correctly?

 
cartoonman

March 09, 2005, 10:14 PM

In fact, in some scene, even there are archway, the collision is detected correctly, however, in the scene that I want to import to my game demo, the problem above happens, so I was really confused by this problem, by the way ,is there any software that can display .bsp file format, especially for the purpose that I can control displaying some extra information, such as brush side, not only scene itself?

Thanks!
Cartoonman

 
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