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Defines the bounding box of the bulb.
The bounding box's corners are interpreted as follows: Given two points, p_BMin
and p_BMax
), these are points in the bulb's frame B, such that the former is the minimum corner of the axisaligned bounding box, and the latter is the maximum corner. The box should have the minimum volume needed to fully enclose the bulb.
#include <include/maliput/api/rules/traffic_lights.h>
Public Member Functions  
BoundingBox ()  
The default constructor creates a bounding box based on the approximate dimensions of a bulb with a 12" lens, as shown by the following website: https://www.oksolar.com/images/signal_dimensions_large.jpg. More...  
Public Attributes  
maliput::math::Vector3  p_BMin 
maliput::math::Vector3  p_BMax 
BoundingBox  (  ) 
The default constructor creates a bounding box based on the approximate dimensions of a bulb with a 12" lens, as shown by the following website: https://www.oksolar.com/images/signal_dimensions_large.jpg.
These dimensions are 14" (0.356m) tall, 14" (0.356m) wide, and 7" (0.177m) deep. Note that the visor is not included as part of the depth since it is relatively thin and typically not obviously visible to approaching vehicles. Assuming the bulb frame's origin is in the middle of the light bulb's body, the bounding box has a p_BMin
of (3.5", 7", 7") and a
`p_BMax` of (3.5", 7", 7"). In metric units, this is a p_BMin
of (0.0889m, 0.1778m, 0.1778m) and a p_BMax
of (0.0889m, 0.1778m, 0.1778m).
maliput::math::Vector3 p_BMax 
maliput::math::Vector3 p_BMin 