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CigiVolumeNotify Class

Warning
The functionality described in this article is not available in the Community SDK edition.
You should upgrade to Sim SDK edition to use it.
Header: #include <UnigineCIGIConnector.h>

CigiVolumeNotify Class

Members


void setEntityID ( int id ) #

Sets the ID of the entity to which the collision detection volume belongs.

Arguments

  • int id - ID of the entity to which the collision detection volume belongs.

void setVolumeID ( int id ) #

Sets the ID of the collision detection volume within which the collision occurred. This parameter, along with Entity ID, allows the Host to match this response with the corresponding request.

Arguments

  • int id - ID of the collision detection volume within which the collision occurred.

void setContactEntityID ( int id ) #

Sets the entity with which the collision occurred. If Collision Type is set to Non-entity (0), this parameter is ignored.

Arguments

  • int id - ID of contacted entity.

void setContactVolumeID ( int id ) #

Sets the ID of the collision detection volume with which the collision occurred.

Arguments

  • int id - ID of the collision detection volume with which the collision occurred.

void setCollisionType ( int type ) #

This parameter indicates whether the collision occurred with another entity or with a non-entity object such as the terrain.

Arguments

  • int type - Type of collision. Available values:
    • 0 — for collisions with a non-entity object.
    • 1 — for collisions with other entities.
Last update: 14.01.2020