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RVOSimulator Class Reference

Unity front end for an RVO simulator. More...

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Public Member Functions

Simulator GetSimulator ()
 Get the internal simulator.

Public Attributes

int desiredSimulatonFPS = 20
 Desired FPS for rvo simulation.
bool doubleBuffering = true
 Use Double Buffering.
bool interpolation = true
 Interpolate positions between simulation timesteps.
ThreadCount workerThreads = ThreadCount.Two
 Number of ROV worker threads.

Private Member Functions

void Awake ()
void Update ()
 Update the simulation.

Private Attributes

Pathfinding.RVO.Simulator simulator
 Reference to the internal simulator.

Detailed Description

Unity front end for an RVO simulator.

Attached to any GameObject in a scene, scripts such as the RVOController will use the simulator exposed by this class to handle their movement.

You can have more than one of these, however most script which make use of the RVOSimulator will find it by FindObjectOfType, and thus only one will be used.

This is only a wrapper class for a Pathfinding.RVO.Simulator which simplifies exposing it for a unity scene.

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Member Function Documentation

Simulator GetSimulator ( )

Get the internal simulator.

Will never be null

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Member Data Documentation

int desiredSimulatonFPS = 20

Desired FPS for rvo simulation.

It is usually not necessary to run a crowd simulation at a very high fps. Usually 10-30 fps is enough, but can be increased for better quality. The rvo simulation will never run at a higher fps than the game

bool doubleBuffering = true

Use Double Buffering.

This will only be read at Awake.

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ThreadCount workerThreads = ThreadCount.Two

Number of ROV worker threads.

If set to None, no multithreading will be used

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