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What is the general approach to calculating time of impact in 3D?
Given two objects a and b moving at fixed velocities, how would you determine (a) whether they will collide at all, and if so, (b) time of impact? (Let us assume these are spherical bodies each with ...
Sep 11 '12 at 21:03
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