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pplanza2
01-30-2017, 01:16 PM
Hello,

I'm trying to calculate the bounding boxes of my objects. Four cubes.

If the cube is located at positive coordinates all is OK. If the object is located in a negative coordinate then the bounding box looks like the image below

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Topleft cube is ok.

In the other cubes the negatives coordinates of the bounding box are changed to zero...why?

Inside the everyframe render method, this is the code when I arrange the matrix to rotate-translate the bounding box

....
....
float bbMatrix[]=new float[16];
Matrix.setIdentityM(bbMatrix,0);
Matrix.translateM(bbMatrix, 0, mesh.x, mesh.y, mesh.z);

Matrix.rotateM(bbMatrix, 0, mesh.ax, 1, 0, 0);
Matrix.rotateM(bbMatrix, 0, mesh.ay, 0, 1, 0);
Matrix.rotateM(bbMatrix, 0, mesh.az, 0, 0, 1);

Matrix.translateM(bbMatrix, 0, 0, 0, 0);

mesh.getBoundingBox().transformMinsAndMax(bbMatrix );
....
....

I pass the matrix to this method. The points of bounding box are rotated and the minimum and maximum coordinate values are calculated:

public void transformMinsAndMax(float[] vMatrixArray) {

float pointTransformed[]=new float[4];

Log.d(TAG,"yMin="+ymin+", yMax="+ymax);

for(int i=0;i<p.length;i++) {
Matrix.multiplyMV(pointTransformed, 0, vMatrixArray, 0, p[i].asFloat(), 0);
pc[i]=new Point(pointTransformed[0],pointTransformed[1],pointTransformed[2],1,1,0);
}

xmin=Float.MAX_VALUE;ymin=Float.MAX_VALUE;zmin=Flo at.MAX_VALUE;
xmax=Float.MIN_VALUE;ymax=Float.MIN_VALUE;zmax=Flo at.MIN_VALUE;

for(int i=0;i<p.length;i++) {
//x
if(pc[i].x<xmin){
xmin=pc[i].x;
}

if(pc[i].x>xmax){
xmax=pc[i].x;
}
...
...

p array contains the original points of the bounding box. The points are calculated one time when the cube is loaded.
p[i].asFloat return an array with the point coordinates (x,y,z,1)
pc array contains the bounding box points.

What is wrong? Can you help me please?

Thanks.

Carmine
01-30-2017, 03:46 PM
Perhaps the way you initialize xmin and xmax is the problem. Try something like below.

xmin = pc[0].x;
xmax = pc[0].x;

for (i = 1; i < p.length; i++) {
if (pc[i].x < xmin) xmin = pc[i].x;
if (pc[i].x > xmax) xmax = pc[i].x;
}

Silence
01-31-2017, 05:49 AM
Perhaps the way you initialize xmin and xmax is the problem.

Should not, according to the java (https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/Float.html) doc.

Spoops
01-31-2017, 09:02 AM
Should not, according to the java (https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/lang/Float.html) doc.

No, Float.MIN_VALUE is the smallest number > 0. It should be -Float.MAX_VALUE or Float.NEGATIVE_INFINITY (used with Float.POSITIVE_INFINITY).

However Carmine's solution looks prettier (but you have to make sure pc has at least one element).

pplanza2
01-31-2017, 02:39 PM
Perhaps the way you initialize xmin and xmax is the problem. Try something like below.

xmin = pc[0].x;
xmax = pc[0].x;

for (i = 1; i < p.length; i++) {
if (pc[i].x < xmin) xmin = pc[i].x;
if (pc[i].x > xmax) xmax = pc[i].x;
}

Thanks Carmine.

Nothing changed....same results