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Programmatic access to collision detection events and their corresponding info

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

I have watched a video clip of the disembodied hand (i.e. https://youtu.be/OWnYlWCATmI?t=2m40s) and my team member is able to use the Jack UI to move the Jack human model into a block and perform collision detection.

Is there an event generator to which I can programmatically subscribe in order to get collision detection events? If so, what data points are provided in these events?

I came across the jsCollision module in the JackScript documentation, which comes with the installation, and it has two methods, CheckCollision and CreateCollisionSet. These are are not event based though.

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Re: Programmatic access to collision detection events and their corresponding info

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

There are no events generated in Jack. Collision information can only be retrieved by calling methods defined in the jsCollision module (for the v6.1 Segmented Male/Female) or the jsExtCollision module (for the v7.0 human models).