Convex Class Referencefinal

Detailed Description

Definition of a convex surface mesh.

The mesh is defined in a canonical frame C, implicit in the file parsed. Upon loading it in SceneGraph it can be scaled around the origin of C by a given scale amount.

#include <drake/geometry/shape_specification.h>

Public Member Functions

 Convex (const std::string &absolute_filename, double scale=1.0)
 Constructs a convex shape specification from the file located at the given absolute file path. More...
const std::string & filename () const
double scale () const
Implements CopyConstructible, CopyAssignable, MoveConstructible, MoveAssignable
 Convex (const Convex &)=default
Convexoperator= (const Convex &)=default
 Convex (Convex &&)=default
Convexoperator= (Convex &&)=default
- Public Member Functions inherited from Shape
virtual ~Shape ()
void Reify (ShapeReifier *reifier, void *user_data=nullptr) const
 Causes this description to be reified in the given reifier. More...
std::unique_ptr< ShapeClone () const
 Creates a unique copy of this shape. More...

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Member Functions inherited from Shape
template<typename S >
 Shape (ShapeTag< S > tag)
 Constructor available for derived class construction. More...
 Shape (const Shape &)=default
Shapeoperator= (const Shape &)=default
 Shape (Shape &&)=default
Shapeoperator= (Shape &&)=default

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ Convex() [1/3]

Convex ( const Convex )

◆ Convex() [2/3]

Convex ( Convex &&  )

◆ Convex() [3/3]

Convex ( const std::string &  absolute_filename,
double  scale = 1.0 

Constructs a convex shape specification from the file located at the given absolute file path.

Optionally uniformly scaled by the given scale factor.

absolute_filenameThe file name with absolute path. We only support an .obj file with only one polyhedron. We assume that the polyhedron is convex.
scaleAn optional scale to coordinates.
std::exceptionif the .obj file doesn't define a single object. This can happen if it is empty, if there are multiple object-name statements (e.g., "o object_name"), or if there are faces defined outside a single object-name statement.
std::exceptionif |scale| < 1e-8. Note that a negative scale is considered valid. We want to preclude scales near zero but recognise that scale is a convenience tool for "tweaking" models. 8 orders of magnitude should be plenty without considering revisiting the model itself.

Member Function Documentation

◆ filename()

const std::string& filename ( ) const

◆ operator=() [1/2]

Convex& operator= ( Convex &&  )

◆ operator=() [2/2]

Convex& operator= ( const Convex )

◆ scale()

double scale ( ) const

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