Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #openframeworks, 2015-10-03

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19:43 alski Anybody with some advice on creating a bounding box around a 3D mesh?
19:45 alski Without cycling through every vertex, I can't seem to find coordinates. Not sure if there is some method somewhere that can help with this.
19:45 alski ofxAssimpModelLoader has calculateDimensions, but I can't seem to utilize anything from it.
20:05 alski Does anyone know how I might be able to access the protected ofxAssimpModelLoader attribute, scene_min and scene_max?
20:49 alski found it. Methods getSceneMin, getSceneMax, and getSceneCenter seem to have the data I need
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