Line-line collision detection investigation (part one)

Posted by (twitter: @sealfin)
July 9th, 2016 11:18 am

I recently rebooted development of a project I tried to develop for the Ludum Dare 20 contest held in April 2011, the theme of which was “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this!”

As the project will require a function for performing line-line collision detection, and as I’m interested in whether it is possible to program that function using the knowledge I’ve gained-, and the abilities I’ve developed-, studying the Introductory Algebra Review (MA004) and Visualizing Algebra (MA006) courses offered by Udacity, I’ve begun an investigation into programming that function.

In the first part of the investigation – posted to my blog – I investigate programming a function for performing line-line collision detection when the two lines are infinite in length.

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