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    ODE Sample #? - Use mouse to set weight and watch results in realtime

    Hi,

    this is another variation of 02 sample.

    You can use right mouse button to rotate scene, mousewheel to zoom in/out.

    But most important ( inspired by growing weight sample ) is that holding left mouse button will make selected sphere grow ( + SHIFT shrink ). You can watch impact on whole system, it is quite fun

    As for other samples you need ODE header and DLL.


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    Re: ODE Sample #? - Use mouse to set weight and watch results in realtime

    Petr, that is a fantastic demo. So much fun and well thought out. Thanks, for all of this big TIME!!!!
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    Re: ODE Sample #? - Use mouse to set weight and watch results in realtime

    So it runs

    I am happy it works for you now !


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    Re: ODE Sample #? - Use mouse to set weight and watch results in realtime

    This script merit a little video !!!!
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    Re: ODE Sample #? - Use mouse to set weight and watch results in realtime

    Thanks for the video Eros. It is amazing to see it each time. I love the ability to change the size and mass of the balls and see it effect right away. The shadow really adds to the whole look too!!
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    Re: ODE Sample #? - Use mouse to set weight and watch results in realtime

    Really great script, I loved playing with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErosOlmi View Post
    This script merit a little video !!!!
    Eros,

    I just started working with ODE with C BASIC and found this thread in a Google search. I seems to have been stripped of code and a video you mentioned.

    @Petr - Do you still have interest in using ODE as part of your graphics toolbox?

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    Hi John,

    I currently use PhysX and Box2D. ODE is interesting project, but it has its issues which make it very hard to use for me.
    I don't know its current state, but somehow I don't have a motivation to look back.

    If anybody would need consulting on ODE for real life project, I can help, but my advice is (as is for GLUT) - better to seek another solution.


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    Thanks Petr for your reply. I was surprised that you feel ODE is an early adoption for simulating rigid body dynamics. It seems to be widely used in the more advanced games/simulations and not something a hobbyist might be attracted to. My beef is the C and C++ direction taken. They say that C is a better API tool but the examples are in C++.

    Here is a list of products that use the ODE engine.
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    Glut has always caused termination problems in Windows. FreeGlut looks okay though, if you want to abstract out the Windows API.

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