This class should not be instantiated by users of LuciadRIA.
The maximum height of this extruded shape, expressed in the unit of measure of the georeference of this extruded shape. For geodetic references, this is meters.This value can be defined relative to the geoid, or the terrain, depending on the reference. Also have a look at ReferenceProvider.
It represents the top/upper boundary of the volume. The maximum height must be higher than or equal to the minimum height.
The maximum height of this extruded shape, expressed in the unit of measure of the georeference of this extruded shape. For geodetic references, this is meters.This value can be defined relative to the geoid, or the terrain, depending on the reference. Also have a look at ReferenceProvider.
It represents the top/upper boundary of the volume. The maximum height must be higher than or equal to the minimum height.
The minimum height of this extruded shape, expressed in the unit of measure of the georeference of this extruded shape. For geodetic references, this is meters. This value can be defined relative to the geoid, or the terrain, depending on the reference. Also have a look at ReferenceProvider.
It represents the bottom/lower boundary of the volume. The minimum height must be lower than or equal to the maximum height.
The minimum height of this extruded shape, expressed in the unit of measure of the georeference of this extruded shape. For geodetic references, this is meters. This value can be defined relative to the geoid, or the terrain, depending on the reference. Also have a look at ReferenceProvider.
It represents the bottom/lower boundary of the volume. The minimum height must be lower than or equal to the maximum height.
Determines whether a given point is inside this shape. This method checks containment only in two dimensions: on the (x,y)-axis or the (lon,lat)-axis (depending on the spatial reference of the shape).
The point for which containment must be checked. If a 3D point is passed to this function, it will be treated as a 2D point: the z coordinate (height) will be ignored. The reference of this point must be the same reference as this Shape
true
when the given point is contained in this shape
Determines whether the given point is inside this shape. This method checks containment only in two dimensions: on the (x,y)-axis or the (lon,lat)-axis (depending on the spatial reference of the shape).
The point for which containment must be checked.
true
when the given point is contained in this shape
Tests whether the given shape can be used as a base shape for a ExtrudedShape.
Currently ExtrudedShape supports all 2D line or area shapes.
The shape to be tested.
Whether the shape is a possible base shape.
An ExtrudedShape represents a 3D volume created by extruding a 2D shape.
The extruded shape has a 2D base shape, a minimum height and a maximum height. Both values are expressed in the unit of measure of the georeference of the extruded shape. For geodetic references, this is meters. These values can be defined relative to the geoid, or the terrain, depending on the reference. Also have a look at ReferenceProvider.
The minimum and maximum height form the bottom and top boundaries of the volume.
The isSupportedBaseShape supported base shapes are all 2D line and area shapes.