Havok Physics Error: To call getDiag, the length of the linear part must be 1.0f

Havok Physics Error: To call getDiag, the length of the linear part must be 1.0f

Hey all,

I'm doing a test project for a sidescrolling shooter game I'm about to make, and I'm using Havok Physics for the first time. I'm currently trying to create bullets (capsule rigidbodies) from the character's (also a capsule) position when the player presses the mouse button.

But this makes the Havok Physics chrash at the stepMultithreaded call. When I try to create the bullet at a position outside of the character's shape then no crash occurs untill I create a bunch of bullets that collide with each other and adventually trigger the same crash. The output of Havok gives me:

Y:\Build\20120831_122323_PcXsPerpetualKeycode\Source\Physics/ConstraintSolver/Jacobian/hkpJacobianElement.inl(15): [0x75D662FB] Assert: To call getDiag, the length of the linear part must be 1.0f

What could I be doing wrong?

Thanks in advance,
Joris van Leeuwen 

Update: The solution was for me to set the collisionInfo.m_weldingType to hkpWeldingUtility::WELDING_TYPE_NONE; No errors occurred after that.

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I've found out that the error occurs. My level is made out of non-convex platforms that I constructed with hkGeometry and hkpBvCompressedMeshShape. I create planes out of triangles that form a platform for my game.


I have a character controller walking around that peforms perfectly... but Havok gives the "To call getDiag, the length of the linear part must be 1.0f" error when a bullet (Capsule rigidbody) collides with an edge of a plane (two triangles). Here is the code that I've made to create the level platform (line is a vector list of 2D vectors that represent the platform's shape as a closed line):

hkGeometry geometry;
geometry.m_vertices.setSize(line.size() * 2);
 geometry.m_triangles.setSize(line.size() * 2);
for (unsigned int i = 0; i < line.size(); ++i)
 LTMath::Vector3 v1(line[i].x, line[i].y, PLATFORM_DEPTH/2.0f);
 LTMath::Vector3 v2(line[i].x, line[i].y, -PLATFORM_DEPTH/2.0f);
geometry.m_vertices[i*2].set(v1.x, v1.y, v1.z);
 geometry.m_vertices[i*2+1].set(v2.x, v2.y, v2.z);
int backLeft = i*2;
 int backRight = i*2+1;
 int frontLeft = i < line.size()-1 ? i*2+2 : 0;
 int frontRight = i < line.size()-1 ? i*2+3 : 1;
geometry.m_triangles[i*2].set(backLeft, frontLeft, frontRight);
 geometry.m_triangles[i*2+1].set(backRight, backLeft, frontRight);
Mesh mesh;
hkpDefaultBvCompressedMeshShapeCinfo collisionInfo(&geometry);
 collisionInfo.m_weldingType = hkpWeldingUtility::WELDING_TYPE_TWO_SIDED;
 collisionInfo.m_convexRadius = hkConvexShapeDefaultRadius;
hkpBvCompressedMeshShape* meshShape = new hkpBvCompressedMeshShape(collisionInfo);
hkpRigidBodyCinfo bodyCollisionInfo;
 bodyCollisionInfo.m_shape = meshShape;
 bodyCollisionInfo.m_motionType = hkpMotion::MOTION_FIXED; 
 bodyCollisionInfo.m_position.set( position.x, position.y, position.z );
hkpRigidBody* meshBody = new hkpRigidBody(bodyCollisionInfo);

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