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Unigine::Object Class

Header: #include <UnigineObjects.h>
Inherits: Node

An object with a set of surfaces to represent geometry. Rendering materials are assigned per object surface. An object can be assigned a physical body.

Object Class

Members


static Ptr<Object> cast ( const Ptr<Node> & node ) #

Casts an Object out of the Node instance.

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Node> & node - Pointer to Node.

Return value

Pointer to Object.

void setBody ( const Ptr<Body> & body, int update = 1 ) #

Assigns a physical body to the object.

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Body> & body - Physical body.
  • int update

Ptr<Body> getBody ( ) #

Returns a physical body assigned to the object.

Return value

Body assigned to the object or NULL (0), if no body is assigned.

Ptr<BodyRigid> getBodyRigid ( ) #

Returns a rigid body assigned to the object.

Return value

Rigid body assigned to the object or NULL (0), if no body is assigned or the body is not rigid.

BoundBox getBoundBox ( int surface ) #

Returns the bounding box of a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Bounding box.

BoundSphere getBoundSphere ( int surface ) #

Returns the bounding sphere of a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Bounding sphere.

void setBakeToEnvProbe ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Sets a value indicating if the specified surface is to be baked to environment probes.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 to enable baking of the specified surface to environment probes, 0 - to disable it.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getBakeToEnvProbe ( int surface ) #

Returns a value indicating if the specified surface is to be baked to environment probes.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the specified surface is to be baked to environment probes; otherwise, 0.

void setBakeToVoxelProbe ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Sets a value indicating if the specified surface is to be baked to voxel probes.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 to enable baking of the specified surface to voxel probes, 0 - to disable it.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getBakeToVoxelProbe ( int surface ) #

Returns a value indicating if the specified surface is to be baked to voxel probes.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the specified surface is to be baked to voxel probes; otherwise, 0.

void setCastEnvProbeShadow ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Enables or disables casting shadows from environment probes by the specified surface.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 to enable casting shadows from environment probes by the specified surface, 0 to disable it.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getCastEnvProbeShadow ( int surface ) #

Returns a value indicating if casting shadows from environment probes by the specified surface is enabled.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if casting shadows from environment probes by the specified surface is enabled; otherwise, 0.

void setCastShadow ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Enables or disables casting shadows from non-world lights for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 if shadows are to be cast by a given surface; otherwise, 0.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getCastShadow ( int surface ) #

Returns the surface cast shadow flag, which indicates if a given surface should cast shadows from non-world lights.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if shadows are cast by a given surface; otherwise, 0.

void setCastWorldShadow ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Enables or disables casting shadows from world lights for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 if world shadows are to be cast by a given surface; otherwise, 0.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getCastWorldShadow ( int surface ) #

Returns the surface cast world shadow flag, which indicates if a given surface should cast shadows from world lights.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if world shadows are cast by a given surface; otherwise, 0.

void setCollision ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Enables or disables collision detection for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 if collision detection is enabled for a given surface; otherwise, 0.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getCollision ( int surface ) #

Returns the surface collision flag, which indicates if collision detection for a given surface is enabled.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if collision detection is enabled for a given surface; otherwise, 0.

void setCollisionMask ( int mask, int surface ) #

Sets a collision mask for a given surface. Two objects collide, if they both have matching masks.

Arguments

  • int mask - Surface collision mask.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getCollisionMask ( int surface ) #

Returns the collision mask for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface collision mask.

void setEnabled ( int enabled ) #

Enables or disables the node.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 to enable the node, 0 to disable it.

void setEnabled ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Enables or disables a given surface.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 to enable the surface, 0 to disable it.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int isEnabled ( int surface ) #

Returns a value indicating if a given surface is enabled.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if the surface is enabled; otherwise, 0.

int isEnabled ( ) #

Returns a value indicating if the node and its parent nodes are enabled.

Return value

Positive number if the node and its parent nodes are enabled; otherwise, 0.

void setFolded ( int folded, int surface ) #

Shows or minimizes surface's children in the surface hierarchy.

Arguments

  • int folded - 1 to minimize surface children, 0 to expand the hierarchy.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int isFolded ( int surface ) #

Returns a value indicating if surface's children are displayed or minimized in the surface hierarchy.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if surface's children are hidden in the surface hierarchy; otherwise, 0.

void setIntersection ( int enabled, int surface ) #

Enables or disables intersections with a given surface.

Arguments

  • int enabled - 1 to enable intersections with a given surface, 0 to disable them.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionTexCoord> & v, int surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a given surface. If the function returns 1 the data about the texture coordinates of the intersection point will be put to ObjectIntersectionTexCoord object.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionTexCoord> & v - ObjectIntersectionTexCoord class instance to store corresponding intersection data.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection with a given surface; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( int surface ) #

Returns a surface intersection flag. This flag indicates if intersections with a given surface are enabled.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if intersections with a given surface are enabled; otherwise, 0. Surface intersection flag.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionNormal> & v, int surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a given surface. If the function returns 1 the data about the normal at the intersection point will be put to ObjectIntersectionNormal object.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionNormal> & v - ObjectIntersectionNormal class instance to store corresponding intersection data.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection with a given surface; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, int mask, const Ptr<ObjectIntersection> & v, int * ret_surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a surface with a given intersection mask. If the function returns 1 the data about the intersection point will be put to ObjectIntersection object and the number of the first intersected surface will be put to the return variable.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • int mask - Intersection mask.
  • const Ptr<ObjectIntersection> & v - ObjectIntersection class instance to store corresponding intersection data.
  • int * ret_surface - Intersected surface index.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, const Ptr<ObjectIntersection> & v, int surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a given surface. If the function returns 1 the data about the intersection point will be put to ObjectIntersection object.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • const Ptr<ObjectIntersection> & v - ObjectIntersection class instance to store corresponding intersection data.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection with a given surface; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, int mask, const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionNormal> & v, int * ret_surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a surface with a given intersection mask. If the function returns 1 the data about the normal at the intersection point will be put to ObjectIntersectionNormal object and the number of the first intersected surface will be put to the return variable.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • int mask - Intersection mask.
  • const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionNormal> & v - ObjectIntersectionNormal class instance to store corresponding intersection data.
  • int * ret_surface - Intersected surface index.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, int mask, const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionTexCoord> & v, int * ret_surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a surface with a given intersection mask. If the function returns 1 the data about the texture coordinates of the intersection point will be put to ObjectIntersectionNormal object and the number of the first intersected surface will be put to the return variable.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • int mask - Intersection mask.
  • const Ptr<ObjectIntersectionTexCoord> & v - ObjectIntersectionTexCoord class instance to store corresponding intersection data.
  • int * ret_surface - Intersected surface index.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, int mask, Math::vec3 * ret_point, Math::vec3 * ret_normal, Math::vec4 * ret_texcoord, int * ret_index, int * ret_instance, int * ret_surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a surface with a given intersection mask. If the function returns 1 the data about the intersection (point, normal and texture coordinates) and the number of the first intersected surface will be put to corresponding return variables.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • int mask - Intersection mask.
  • Math::vec3 * ret_point - Intersection point coordinates. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • Math::vec3 * ret_normal - Coordinates of the normal vector to the intersection point. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • Math::vec4 * ret_texcoord - Texture coordinates of the intersection point (vec4, where vec4.xy is for the first (0) UV channel, vec4.zw is for the second (1) UV channel). Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • int * ret_index - Intersected triangle number. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • int * ret_instance - Intersected instance number. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
    Notice
    Intersected instance number can be obtained for the following classes:
  • int * ret_surface - Intersected surface number. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.

Return value

1 if there is at least one intersection found; otherwise, 0.

int getIntersection ( const Math::vec3 & p0, const Math::vec3 & p1, Math::vec3 * ret_point, Math::vec3 * ret_normal, Math::vec4 * ret_texcoord, int * ret_index, int * ret_instance, int surface ) #

Checks if there is an intersection between a line and a given surface. If the function returns 1 the data about the intersection (point, normal and texture coordinates) will be put to corresponding return variables.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & p0 - Line start point coordinates.
  • const Math::vec3 & p1 - Line end point coordinates.
  • Math::vec3 * ret_point - Intersection point coordinates. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • Math::vec3 * ret_normal - Coordinates of the normal vector to the intersection point. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • Math::vec4 * ret_texcoord - Texture coordinates of the intersection point (vec4, where vec4.xy is for the first (0) UV channel, vec4.zw is for the second (1) UV channel). Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • int * ret_index - Intersected triangle number. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
  • int * ret_instance - Intersected instance number. Pass NULL if this parameter is not required.
    Notice
    Intersected instance number can be obtained for the following classes:
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if there is an intersection with a given surface; otherwise, 0.

void setIntersectionMask ( int mask, int surface ) #

Sets an intersection mask for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int mask - Surface intersection mask.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getIntersectionMask ( int surface ) #

Returns the intersection mask for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface intersection mask.

void setShadowMask ( int mask, int surface ) #

Sets a shadow mask for a given surface.

For the shadow from an object's surface to be rendered for a light source, this mask must match the following ones (one bit, at least):

Arguments

  • int mask - Surface shadow mask.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getShadowMask ( int surface ) #

Returns the shadow mask for a given surface.

For the shadow from an object's surface to be rendered for a light source, this mask must match the following ones (one bit, at least):

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface shadow mask.

int setMaterial ( const char * name, int surface ) #

Sets a new material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Material name.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the material is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setMaterial ( const char * name, const char * pattern ) #

Sets a new material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Material name.
  • const char * pattern - Pattern (string with a regular expression), against which surface names will be matched.

Return value

1 if the material is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setMaterial ( const Ptr<Material> & mat, const char * pattern ) #

Sets a new material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Material> & mat - Material smart pointer.
  • const char * pattern - Pattern (string with a regular expression), against which surface names will be matched.

Return value

1 if the material is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setMaterial ( const Ptr<Material> & mat, int surface ) #

Sets a new material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Material> & mat - Material smart pointer.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the material is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setMaterial ( const UGUID & guid, const char * pattern ) #

Sets a new material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const UGUID & guid - Material GUID.
  • const char * pattern - Pattern (string with a regular expression), against which surface names will be matched.

Return value

1 if the material is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setMaterial ( const UGUID & guid, int surface ) #

Sets a new material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const UGUID & guid - Material GUID.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the material is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

Ptr<Material> getMaterial ( int surface ) #

Returns a material used for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Material smart pointer.

Ptr<Material> getMaterialInherit ( int surface ) #

Inherits the surface material (i.e. creates a material instance). Modifications made to a new material instance will not affect the source material.
Notice
A child material will be created only once, all subsequent calls to this method will return the first created child material.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Inherited material smart pointer.

int isMaterialInherited ( int surface ) #

Returns the value indicating if a given surface material is inherited. Modifications made in a material instance do not affect the source material.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if the material is inherited; otherwise, 0.

void clearMaterialInherit ( int surface ) #

Removes the inherited material and sets back the source(parent) material for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

const char * getMaterialName ( int surface ) #

Returns the name of the material applied to a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Material name.

void setMaterialParameter ( const char * name, const Math::vec4 & parameter, int surface ) #

Sets the value of a given parameter of the surface material.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Parameter name.
  • const Math::vec4 & parameter - Parameter value.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Math::vec4 getMaterialParameter ( const char * name, int surface ) #

Returns the value of a given parameter of the surface material.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Parameter name.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Parameter value.

void setMaterialState ( const char * name, int state, int surface ) #

Sets the state value for a given surface material.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Material state name.
  • int state - State value.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getMaterialState ( const char * name, int surface ) #

Returns the state value of a given surface material.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Material state name.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

State value.

void setMaterialTexture ( const char * name, const char * texture, int surface ) #

Sets the path to a given texture of a given surface material.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Material texture name.
  • const char * texture - Path to the texture file.
  • int surface - Surface number.

const char * getMaterialTexture ( const char * name, int surface ) #

Returns the path to a given texture of a given surface material.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Material texture name.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Path to the texture file.

void setMaxFadeDistance ( float distance, int surface ) #

Updates the maximum fade-out distance of a given surface. Over this distance the surface smoothly becomes invisible due to alpha fading. It is counted off starting from the maximum visibility distance.

Arguments

  • float distance - Maximum fade-out distance, in units. If a negative value is provided, 0 will be used instead. The default value is 0.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getMaxFadeDistance ( int surface ) #

Returns the maximum fade-out distance. Over this distance the surface smoothly becomes invisible due to alpha fading. It is counted starting from the maximum visibility distance.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Maximum fade-out distance, in units.

void setMaxParent ( int parent, int surface ) #

Sets a surface maximum LOD parent surface number.

Arguments

  • int parent - Surface maximum LOD parent surface number.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getMaxParent ( int surface ) #

Returns the surface maximum LOD parent surface number.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface maximum LOD parent surface number.

void setMaxVisibleDistance ( float distance, int surface ) #

Updates the maximum visibility distance of a given surface. It is the distance, starting from which the surface begins to fade out until it becomes completely invisible.

Arguments

  • float distance - Maximum visibility distance, in units. If a negative value is provided, 0 will be used instead. The default value is inf.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getMaxVisibleDistance ( int surface ) #

Returns the maximum visibility distance of a given surface. It is the distance, starting from which the surface begins to fade out until it becomes completely invisible.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Maximum visibility distance, in units.

void setMinFadeDistance ( float distance, int surface ) #

Updates the minimum fade-in distance of a given surface. Over this distance the surface smoothly becomes visible due to alpha fading. It is counted starting from the minimum visibility distance.

Arguments

  • float distance - Minimum fade-in distance, in units. If a negative value is provided, 0 will be used instead. The default value is 0.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getMinFadeDistance ( int surface ) #

Returns the minimum fade-in distance of a given surface. Over this distance the surface smoothly becomes visible due to alpha fading. It is counted starting from the minimum visibility distance.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Minimum fade-in distance, in units.

void setMinParent ( int parent, int surface ) #

Sets surface minimum LOD parent surface number.

Arguments

  • int parent - Surface minimum LOD parent surface number.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getMinParent ( int surface ) #

Returns the surface minimum LOD parent surface number.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface minimum LOD parent surface number.

void setMinVisibleDistance ( float distance, int surface ) #

Updates the minimum visibility distance of a given surface. It is the distance, starting from which the surface begins to fade in until it becomes completely visible.

Arguments

  • float distance - Minimum visibility distance, in units. If a negative value is provided, 0 will be used instead. The default value is -inf.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getMinVisibleDistance ( int surface ) #

Returns minimum visibility distance of a given surface. It is the distance, starting from which the surface begins to fade in until it becomes completely visible.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Minimum visibility distance, in units.

int getNumSurfaces ( ) #

Returns the number of surfaces of the object.

Return value

int getNumTriangles ( int surface ) #

Returns the number of triangles comprising a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Number of triangles.

Ptr<Object> getObject ( ) #

Returns an object pointer.

Return value

Object pointer.

void setParent ( int parent, int surface ) #

Sets or clears the parent surface for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int parent - Number of the parent surface or -1 to clear the parent.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getParent ( int surface ) #

Returns the number of the parent surface for a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Parent surface number. If -1 is returned, the parent surface is not specified for a given surface.

int setSurfaceProperty ( const char * name, const char * pattern ) #

Sets a new property for a given surface.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the new property.
  • const char * pattern - Pattern (string with a regular expression), against which surface names will be matched.

Return value

1 if the property is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setSurfaceProperty ( const char * name, int surface ) #

Sets a new property for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Name of the new property.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the property is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setSurfaceProperty ( const UGUID & guid, int surface ) #

Sets a new property for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const UGUID & guid - Property GUID.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the property is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setSurfaceProperty ( const UGUID & guid, const char * pattern ) #

Sets a new property for the specified surface(s).

Arguments

  • const UGUID & guid - Property GUID.
  • const char * pattern - Pattern (string with a regular expression), against which surface names will be matched.

Return value

1 if the property is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setSurfaceProperty ( const Ptr<Property> & property, int surface ) #

Sets a new property for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Property> & property - Property smart pointer.
  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

1 if the property is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

int setSurfaceProperty ( const Ptr<Property> & property, const char * pattern ) #

Sets a new property for the specified surface(s).

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Property> & property - Property smart pointer.
  • const char * pattern - Pattern (string with a regular expression), against which surface names will be matched.

Return value

1 if the property is set successfully; otherwise, 0.

Ptr<Property> getSurfaceProperty ( int surface ) #

Returns the property smart pointer.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Property smart pointer.

Ptr<Property> getSurfacePropertyInherit ( int surface ) #

Inherits the property for the specific object. All changes of the inherited property will not affect the reference one.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Inherited property smart pointer.

void clearSurfacePropertyInherit ( int surface ) #

Removes the inherited property and sets back the source(parent) property for the specified surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

int isSurfacePropertyInherited ( int surface ) #

Returns a value indicating if a given property is inherited.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Positive number if the surface property is inherited; otherwise, 0.

const char * getSurfacePropertyName ( int surface ) #

Returns the name of the property of a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Property name.

const char * getSurfaceName ( int surface ) #

Returns the name of a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface name.

void setViewportMask ( int mask, int surface ) #

Sets a viewport mask for a given surface. The object surface is rendered, if its mask matches the player (camera), light source and material masks.

Arguments

  • int mask - Surface viewport mask.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getViewportMask ( int surface ) #

Returns a viewport mask for a given surface. The object surface is rendered, if its mask matches the player (camera), light source and material masks.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Surface viewport mask.

UNIGINE_BOUND_BOX getWorldBoundBox ( int surface ) #

Returns the world bounding box of a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Bounding box (in world coordinates).

UNIGINE_BOUND_SPHERE getWorldBoundSphere ( int surface ) #

Returns the world bounding sphere of a given surface.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Bounding sphere (in world coordinates).

int findSurface ( const char * name ) #

Searches for a surface with a given name.

Arguments

  • const char * name - Surface name.

Return value

Surface number if it exists; otherwise, -1.

void flushBodyTransform ( ) #

Forces to set the transformations of the body for the node.

void render ( int pass, int surface ) #

Renders raw object's surface to texture in specified pass.

Notice
All camera parameters should be set manually.

Usage Example

Source code (C++)
texture_render->setColorTexture(0, texture);
texture_render->enable();
object->render(PASS_AMBIENT,0);
texture_render->disable();
texture_render->unbindColorTexture();

Arguments

void setSoundOcclusion ( float occlusion, int surface ) #

Sets a new sound occlusion value for the specified surface of the object, that determines how much it affects sounds in case of occlusion. For a sound source to be occluded by the specified surface, at least one bit of its occlusion mask should match the occlusion mask of the sound source.
Notice
Sound occlusion must be enabled.

Arguments

  • float occlusion - Occlusion value in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] to be set for the specified surface.
    • 0.0f - no occlusion, sound volume will stay the same in case of occlusion by the surface.
    • 1.0f - maximum occlusion, sound will not be heard at all in case of occlusion by the surface.
    The default value is 0.0f.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getSoundOcclusion ( int surface ) #

Returns the current sound occlusion value for the specified surface of the object, that determines how much it affects sounds in case of occlusion. For a sound source to be occluded by the specified surface, at least one bit of its occlusion mask should match the occlusion mask of the sound source.
Notice
Sound occlusion must be enabled.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Current occlusion value in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] set for the specified surface.
  • 0.0f - no occlusion, sound volume will stay the same in case of occlusion by the surface.
  • 1.0f - maximum occlusion, sound will not be heard at all in case of occlusion by the surface.
The default value is 0.0f.

void setSoundOcclusionMask ( int mask, int surface ) #

Sets a new sound occlusion mask for the specified surface of the object. For a sound source to be occluded by the specified surface, at least one bit of this mask should match the occlusion mask of the sound source. Each surface has its own occlusion value, that determines how much it affects sounds in case of occlusion.
Notice
Sound occlusion must be enabled.

Arguments

  • int mask - Integer, each bit of which is a mask for sound source occlusion.
  • int surface - Surface number.

int getSoundOcclusionMask ( int surface ) #

Returns sound occlusion mask for the specified surface of the object. For a sound source to be occluded by the specified surface, at least one bit of this mask should match the occlusion mask of the sound source. Each surface has its own occlusion value, that determines how much it affects sounds in case of occlusion.
Notice
Sound occlusion must be enabled.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Integer, each bit of which is a mask for sound source occlusion.

void setPhysicsFriction ( float value, int surface ) #

Sets the coefficient of friction for the specified surface. This coefficient allows to model more rough rubbing of surfaces and is opposite to the body's movement direction. Friction parameter values of both surfaces being in contact are considered. The resulting calculated friction depends on the objects' masses and gravity, and the angle between contacting surfaces.
  • The higher the value, the less tendency the body has to slide.
Friction is calculated by the contact between physical bodies.

Arguments

  • float value - Friction coefficient value in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] to be set for the specified surface.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getPhysicsFriction ( int surface ) #

Returns the current coefficient of friction for the specified surface. This coefficient allows to model more rough rubbing of surfaces and is opposite to the body's movement direction. Friction parameter values of both surfaces being in contact are considered. The resulting calculated friction depends on the objects' masses and gravity, and the angle between contacting surfaces.
  • The higher the value, the less tendency the body has to slide.
Friction is calculated by the contact between physical bodies.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Current friction coefficient value in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] set for the specified surface.

void setPhysicsRestitution ( float value, int surface ) #

Sets the coefficient of restitution for the specified surface. This coefficient determines the degree of relative kinetic energy retained after a collision. It defines how bouncy the object is by contacting with another object. It depends on the elasticity of the materials of colliding bodies. The simulated restitution, like friction, considers the total value for both objects being in contact.
  • The maximum value of 1.0f models elastic collision. Objects bounce off according to the impulse they get by contact.
  • The minimum value of 0.0f models inelastic collision. Objects do not bounce at all.
Restitution is calculated by the contact between physical bodies.

Arguments

  • float value - Restitution coefficient value in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] to be set for the specified surface.
  • int surface - Surface number.

float getPhysicsRestitution ( int surface ) #

Returns the current coefficient of restitution for the specified surface. This coefficient determines the degree of relative kinetic energy retained after a collision. It defines how bouncy the object is by contacting with another object. It depends on the elasticity of the materials of colliding bodies. The simulated restitution, like friction, considers the total value for both objects being in contact.
  • The maximum value of 1.0f models elastic collision. Objects bounce off according to the impulse they get by contact.
  • The minimum value of 0.0f models inelastic collision. Objects do not bounce at all.
Restitution is calculated by the contact between physical bodies.

Arguments

  • int surface - Surface number.

Return value

Current restitution coefficient value in the range [0.0f, 1.0f] set for the specified surface.

void setShadowMode ( int mode, int surface ) #

Sets the shadow mode for the specified surface. To cast a shadow from a light source (Omni, Proj, or World), the surface's shadow mode should be adjusted in accordance with the shadow mode of the light source.

Arguments

int getShadowMode ( int surface ) #

Returns the shadow mode set for the specified surface. To cast a shadow from a light source (Omni, Proj, or World), the surface's shadow mode should be adjusted in accordance with the shadow mode of the light source.

Arguments

  • int surface - Target surface number.

Return value

Surface shadow mode, one of the following:

UGUID getLostMaterialGUID ( int surface ) #

Returns the GUID of a lost material. If for some reason a material assigned to the specified surface is missing, this method can be used to get it's GUID.

Arguments

  • int surface - Target surface number.

Return value

Lost material GUID.

UGUID getLostSurfacePropertyGUID ( int surface ) #

Returns the GUID of a lost surface property. If for some reason a property assigned to the specified surface is missing, this method can be used to get it's GUID.

Arguments

  • int surface - Target surface number.

Return value

Lost property GUID.

void setBody ( const Ptr<Body> & body ) #

Arguments

  • const Ptr<Body> & body
Last update: 2019-08-16