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DarkBASIC Professional Discussion / Remove object bounds

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Brightside_
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Posted: 18th Dec 2021 06:59
Is it possible to remove object bounds?
Every loaded object for default has Box around it and some kind of low poly Sphere.
I don't need them becaiuse use my own culling system.
commands like:
set object collision off 1
set object radius 1,0
delete object collision box 1
don't work

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chafari
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Posted: 18th Dec 2021 12:25
You can try set object collision to polygons obj_number .
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Brightside_
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Posted: 18th Dec 2021 15:12
@chafari
DBPro collision system was very slow, as I remember ( Sparky's collision Dll was times faster ) so my idea was to switch off bounds/collision shapes to all objects and get extra perfomance and maybe more free memory.
chafari
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Posted: 18th Dec 2021 16:19
What kind of collision do you need? How many objects do you have in scene? ....you can use set object collision to boxes for the wall of the level, and set objects collision to polygons for complex objects. You can get extra fps is you sort objects dependind on distance...we could have two objets one for the level full of details and anorher one in very low poly for the collision.
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Brightside_
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Posted: 30th Dec 2021 23:58
For collison I use DarkDynamix, so I definitely need no built-in DBPro collisions.
Seditious
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Posted: 1st Jan 2022 01:13
SET_OBJECT_COLLISION_OFF should do what you want.
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