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Setting Up Collisions in Unity

Extracting the bounding box information is useful when you want to make something collide with your character. When you put a 2D character into a 3D scene, you may want to use Physics to make the 2D character collide with the 3D plane. To use the following scripts, you will need Unity 4.3 or higher.

In the Demo scene, open the DemoPhysics example to see collisions and bounding boxes. In this example, there’s a 3D plane and some 2D characters. The 2D characters have a collision defined with their bounding box, and they're also reacting to the physics of the scene to fall with gravity.

Colliders were improved to provide several different types of colliders for use in Unity. You can select polygon colliders and box colliders for a more accurate bounding box.

NOTE: You can also use 3D physics on the imported files.

You can now adjust the variables and see the results.