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Is it real to evenly transfer the energy from outer force to just spawned parts?

Discussion in 'Physics' started by vintproykt, Oct 8, 2017.

  1. vintproykt

    vintproykt

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    Good time of day, awesome community!
    What I'm actually trying to do is getting real feel of objects presence within the wooden crate:
    • sounds of shaking surprises and other influences,
    • remove some planks without explosion (claw method) to see what's inside the crate.

    It becomes more performant to make onesided switch from primitive box to couple of planks (parts) on strong collision. So I need to spawn these planks with needed joints and give them force that was received by (removed) crate last delta time.

    Is it real to evenly transfer the energy from outer force to just spawned parts?
     
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2017
  2. BoogieD

    BoogieD

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    Yeah, just do it. I spawn airplane parts on collision and apply force to the spawned parts so they fly off in the appropriate directions. You may also wish to multiply the force for extra effect.