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Physics Prediction / Billiard Demo

Discussion in 'Physics Previews' started by zenheads, Jan 19, 2019.

  1. zenheads

    zenheads

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    Would be great to be able to see a reference implementation for a simple physics prediction like the one showcased in the Billiard demo on YouTube.
     
  2. AlanMattano

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    Can you put a link to the Billiard demo on YouTube?
     
  3. zenheads

    zenheads

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  4. AlanMattano

    AlanMattano

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    In this forum, you can embed a youtube video by using MEDIA
     
  5. Desoxi

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    Would be awesome to have at least a few code snippets on how to achieve it.
    Im not sure if it is intended to create a seconds scene and move a duplicated sphere to that scene and simulate the sphere with all the current phyics objects via PhysicsScene.Simulate.
    You would have to move all duplicated physics gameobjects over to the second scene everytime you start to shoot.