//Node class template////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// This class uses the Decorator design pattern to add Node functionality
// to any Object type. Node functionality means the containment
// of a vector of Objects and the methods needed to add new Objects
// to the vector, and to iterate through all of them to update their transforms.
// This makes it possible to create a tree of Nodes each representing an Object.
// Leaves in the tree can be simple Objects instead of Nodes. This is made
// possible with a function template, addChild where the actual type of the new
// child can be specified as a template parameter.
template< class OBJECT >
class Node : public OBJECT, public NodeBase
void updateWorldTransform( ObjectBase *parent )
OBJECT::updateWorldTransform( parent );
updateAllObjects( this );
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