Monthly Archives: July 2013

Separating Axis Test and Support Points in 2D

I’ve created some slides for Physics Club at DigiPen. Currently the slides were made at my own house with my own resources, so DigiPen doesn’t own them. Thus, I can share this version for public viewing!

The Separating Axis Test (SAT) is a highly versatile and robust collision detection algorithm, and can be implemented in an extremely efficient manner in 2D without too much trouble. I hope these slides can help others out with their collision detection and manifold generation problems.

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Templates and Metaprogramming

Recently I’ve begun to take over a club called Game Engine Architecture Club at DigiPen. The founder of the club graduated and asked me to try running it. I’ve found it be to a lot of fun! The first lecture I did was on template metaprogramming in C++ (TMP).

The lecture was recorded live and is currently up on DigiPen’s youtube channel for public viewing. Though the slides are visible during the video, I don’t think I can share the slides themselves publicly.

Hope you enjoy the video!