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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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!