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Object Intersection

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Object Intersection

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- Implicit forms
- F(x,y,z) = 0

testing

- Explicit forms
- Analytic form x = F(y,z)

generating

- Parametric form (x,y,z) = P(t)

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- Implicit forms
- F(x,y,z) = 0

Ray: P(t) = (x,y,z) = source + t*direction = s + t*c

Solve for t: F(P(t)) = 0

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Implicit form for sphere at origin of radius 1

Ray:

Solve: …

- Use quadratic equation…

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At2 + Bt + C = 0

A = |c|2

B = 2s·c

C = |s|2 - 1

B2-4AC < 0 => no intersection

= 0 => just grazes

> 0 => two hits

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Y = y2

Z = z2

X = x2

X = x1

Z = z1

Y = y1

Ray equation

Planar equations

P(t) = s + tc

Solve for intersections with planes

tx1 = (x1 - sx)/cx

tx2 = (x2 - sx)/cx

ty1 = (y1 - sx)/cx

…

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For each intersection, note whether entering or leaving square side of plane

Ray 2

Ray is inside after last entering and before first leaving

Ray 1

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V2

V1

ax + by + cz + d = 0

n ·P = -d

V4

d

-n

V3

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Given ordered sequence of points defining a polygon how do you find a normal vector for the plane?

Note: 2 normal vectors to a plane, colinear and one is the negation of the other

Ordered: e.g., clockwise when viewed from the front of the face

Right hand v. left hand space

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V1

V2

n = (V1 - V2) x (V3 - V2)

V3

V5

V2

V4

V1

V1

V3

V2

V3

V5

V4

V5

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V4

mx = S(yi - ynext(i)) (zi - znext(i))

V1

V2

my = S(zi - znext(i)) (xi - xnext(i))

V3

mz = S(xi - xnext(i)) (yi - ynext(i))

V5

V2

V4

V1

V1

V3

V2

V3

V5

V4

V5

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V4

Ax + by + cz + d = 0

n ·P = -d

P = s + t*dir

n· (s+t*dir) = -d

n·s + t*(n·dir) = -d

t = -(d + n·s)/(n·dir)

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Polyhedron - volume bounded by flat faces

Each face is defined by a ring of edges

Each edge is shared by 2 and only 2 faces

The polyhedron can be convex or concave

Faces can be convex or concave

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Intersection going from outside to inside

volume bounded by finite number of infinite planes

Computing intersections is similar to cube but using ray-plane intersection and arbitrary number of planes

Intersection going from inside to outside

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Intersection going from outside to inside

Intersection going from inside to outside

Record maximum entering intersection - enterMax

Record minimum leaving intersection - leaveMin

If (enterMax < leaveMin) polyhedron is intersected

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Find closest face (if any) intersected by ray

Need ray-face (ray-polygon) intersection test

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1. Intersect ray with plane

2. Determine if intersection point is inside of 2D polygon

A) Convex polygon

B) Concave polygon

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n·(VxE) > 0

VxE

E

Test to see if point is on

‘inside’ side of each edge

n

V

Dot product of

normal

Cross product of

ordered edge

vector from edge source to point of intersection

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Project plane and point of intersection to 2D plane

2D point-inside-a-polygon test

Project to plane of 2 smallest coordinates of normal vector

Form semi-infinite ray and count ray-edge intersections

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N

N

Y

Y

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y

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Object space

World space

e.g., Ellipse is transformed sphere

Intersect ray with transformed object

Use inverse of object transformation to transform ray

Intersect transformed ray with untransformed object

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World space ray

Object space ray

Intersect ray with object in object space

Transform intersection point and normal back to world space

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Q = s2 + t2*dir2

r

P = s1 + t1*dir1

At closest points

r

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Geometric construction: all points p such that |p-a| + |p-b| = r

a

b

d2

d1

|P(t)-a| + | P(t)- b| = r

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadric

Ray-Whatever

Algebraic solution v. Numeric solution

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