anselm at hook.org
Sun Jul 21 18:55:01 2002
This is the right way; my last post was inaccurate. The forces are
computed explicitly but not persisted outside of the solver - you have to
find where they're computed and then persist them for your use later.
On Sun, 21 Jul 2002, Erwin de Vries wrote:
> > i think i need to know what happened inside the contact joints during last
> > iteration...?
> Thats also my thought. You need feedback from the dynamics solver. Imagine
> you have a car driving through a city at 100km/h. When you hit a building
> you are dead. When you hit a 10kg box you are (pretty) ok. Now you could
> probably fiddle around with the body's mass and inertia tensor to get
> something pretty convincing but its all a hack. I'm also looking for a good
> way to solve this problem.
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