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Old 10-06-2005, 02:37 AM
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Hi,

After 3 months of programming i have not solved the problem of Pixel Perfect Collision Detection in VB.net Direct3d Sprite class for creating 2d game.
Can anyone post a sample code, please?

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Old 10-30-2005, 10:05 PM
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I searched 'pixel perfect collision directx' in Google, and the first link in the list was a C# example, which you should easily be able to convert to VB.

My Google results here
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Hi,

After 3 months of programming i have not solved the problem of Pixel Perfect Collision Detection in VB.net Direct3d Sprite class for creating 2d game.
Can anyone post a sample code, please?

Best Regards
I maybe don't really understand your problem.. but just declare a huger boolean matrix with false for no collision and true for collision. Like boMatrix(x,y,z) as boolean, Then use a SetPixels function to set out pixels for a let say a box SetPixels(X,Y,Z,Width,Heigth,Deep).

I'm quite sure that i'm totally wrong here.. but u can always try to explain better
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