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Unigine::Cigi::ICigiSensorResponse Class

Header:#include <CigiClientInterface.h>
Inherits:ICigiIGPacket

This class represents the CIGI Sensor Response IG packet interface.

Notice
CIGI plugin must be loaded.

ICigiSensorResponse Class

Members


void setViewID(int id)

Sets the value of the View ID parameter to be specified in the packet.

Arguments

  • int id - View ID parameter value.

void setSensorID(int id)

Sets the value of the Sensor ID parameter to be specified in the packet.

Arguments

  • int id - Sensor ID parameter value.

void setSensorStatus(int id)

Sets the value of the Sensor Status parameter to be specified in the packet.

Arguments

  • int id - Sensor Status parameter value. The following values are supported:
    • 0 - Searching for target
    • 1 - Tracking target
    • 2 - Impending breaklock
    • 3 - Breaklock

void setGateSize(const Math::ivec3 & size)

Sets the values of parameters that determine the Gate Size to be specified in the packet.

Arguments

  • const Math::ivec3 & size - Gate Sizes, in pixels: (X-size, Y-size).
    Notice
    Only the first two components of the vector are used.

void setGateOffset(const Math::vec3 & c)

Sets the values of parameters that determine the Gate Position to be specified in the packet.

Arguments

  • const Math::vec3 & c - Gate Position coordinates: (X-coordinate, Y-coordinate).
    Notice
    Only the first two components of the vector are used.
Last update: 04.06.2018