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module Engine.Mesh.Cube where

{-| This module contains the definition of a cube mesh and of a cube
renderable object.

# Cube Mesh
@docs cubeMesh

# Cube (Renderable)
@docs cube


import Math.Vector3 (Vec3, add, vec3)
import Engine.Mesh.Mesh (Mesh)
import Engine.Mesh.Rectangle (rectangle, rectangleMesh)
import Engine.Render.Renderable (Renderable)

{-| Function that takes a center point/vector and a size and returns a
cube mesh.

    cube center size
cubeMesh : Vec3 -> Float -> Mesh
cubeMesh center size =
  let hs = size / 2
      ftl = center `add` vec3 -hs hs -hs
      ftr = center `add` vec3 hs hs -hs
      fbr = center `add` vec3 hs -hs -hs
      fbl = center `add` vec3 -hs -hs -hs
      btl = center `add` vec3 -hs hs hs
      btr = center `add` vec3 hs hs hs
      bbr = center `add` vec3 hs -hs hs
      bbl = center `add` vec3 -hs -hs hs
  in (rectangleMesh ftl ftr btr btl) ++
     (rectangleMesh ftl fbl fbr ftr) ++
     (rectangleMesh fbl fbr bbr bbl) ++
     (rectangleMesh btr bbr bbl btl) ++
     (rectangleMesh ftl fbl bbl btl) ++
     (rectangleMesh ftr fbr bbr btr)

{-| Default cube renderable object
cube : Renderable
cube = {
  rectangle | mesh <- cubeMesh (vec3 0 0 0) 1 }