Repairing T-Junctions still used?

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    • RE: Repairing T-Junctions still used?

      I'm quite sure they do - for two reasons. First, it is difficult even with very fast hardware to make 100% sure the lighting and texture calculations are spot on all the way across, keeping a visible seam from appearing. Second, if the visible geometry is being used for physics, a T-junction is "non-manifold" geometry and invalid for every physics system I'm aware of.
      Author, Programmer, Brewer, Patriot