RotationLimitPolygonal Class Reference

Using a spherical polygon to limit the range of rotation on universal and ball-and-socket joints. A reach cone is specified as a spherical polygon on the surface of a a reach sphere that defines all positions the longitudinal segment axis beyond the joint can take. More...

Inheritance diagram for RotationLimitPolygonal:

Collaboration diagram for RotationLimitPolygonal:

## Public Member Functions | |

void | SetLimitPoints (LimitPoint[] points) |

Sets the limit points and recalculates the reach cones. More... | |

Public Member Functions inherited from RotationLimit | |

void | SetDefaultLocalRotation () |

Map the zero rotation point to the current local rotation of this gameobject. More... | |

void | SetDefaultLocalRotation (Quaternion localRotation) |

Map the zero rotation point to the specified rotation. More... | |

Quaternion | GetLimitedLocalRotation (Quaternion localRotation, out bool changed) |

Returns the limited local rotation. More... | |

bool | Apply () |

Apply the rotation limit to transform.localRotation. Returns true if the limit has changed the rotation. More... | |

void | Disable () |

Disable this instance making sure it is initiated. Use this if you intend to manually control the updating of this Rotation Limit. More... | |

## Public Attributes | |

float | twistLimit = 180 |

Limit of twist rotation around the main axis. More... | |

int | smoothIterations = 0 |

The number of smoothing iterations applied to the polygon. More... | |

Public Attributes inherited from RotationLimit | |

Vector3 | axis = Vector3.forward |

The main axis of the rotation limit. More... | |

Using a spherical polygon to limit the range of rotation on universal and ball-and-socket joints. A reach cone is specified as a spherical polygon on the surface of a a reach sphere that defines all positions the longitudinal segment axis beyond the joint can take.

This class is based on the "Fast and Easy Reach-Cone Joint Limits" paper by Jane Wilhelms and Allen Van Gelder. Computer Science Dept., University of California, Santa Cruz, CA 95064. August 2, 2001 http://users.soe.ucsc.edu/~avg/Papers/jtl.pdf

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