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    Default what exactly is bsp2?

    Hi, maybe anyone can enlighten me. For couriosity I'd like to know what the new bsp2 exactly is. I hope I understood what the bsp is and how to handle it. But I dont know why with the new bsp2 all bsp tuning is no more necessary. If there are any docs where I can read more, please give me a hint. Thanks!

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    Default Re: what exactly is bsp2?

    Thanks, that was exactly what I needed.

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    Default Re: what exactly is bsp2?

    Quote Originally Posted by gga
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bounding_interval_hierarchy
    http://graphics.uni-ulm.de/BIH.pdf
    uhmmm gga, are you sure BSP2 is BIH? i thought it was just a modified BSP...

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    Default Re: what exactly is bsp2?

    Its not exactly a BIH.

    The key feature is that it can be constructed on demand, so that it supports assemblies, and is necessary if you use assemblies. In addition, this means it can take the place of the Large BSP as well, because it knows how to flush and reconstruct itself for more efficient use of memory.
    Barton Gawboy
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    Default Re: what exactly is bsp2?

    Quote Originally Posted by bart
    Its not exactly a BIH.

    The key feature is that it can be constructed on demand, so that it supports assemblies, and is necessary if you use assemblies. In addition, this means it can take the place of the Large BSP as well, because it knows how to flush and reconstruct itself for more efficient use of memory.
    thanx Bart, i'm not a technical guy, but i like to improve my knowledge
    there is a referencing paper or it's just an in-house algorithm?

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