[ODE] New ODE GUI Editor available : ezphysics.org

Ed Jones ed.jones at oracle.com
Wed Feb 25 11:57:19 MST 2004


Have you posted this to the Ogre Forums?
They'll love it there!

The big robot video is ace. I know some folks on the Ogre forum have 
been working towards skinned ragdolls with ODE.
They'll probably be gutted that you've beaten them to the mark!

Keep up the good work, I can't wait to see where this editor/API is 
going to go.
It'll be great.


Limor Schweitzer wrote:

> I've been working on this for a while. The editor is almost 
> presentable (not enough to expose the source code quite yet..) so you 
> can download the binaries and at least run the simulation with a few 
> pre-cooked files and tweak around various ODE parameters. I also 
> bought a domain name for the occasion: http://www.ezphysics.org
> The system has two components, an editor/simulator and an API:
> Editor & Simulator—Lets you interactively embed objects supported by 
> ODE into 3D meshes, attach joints and constraints to the physics 
> objects, save the “physically rigged” scenes into files, and run 
> simulations.
> API(not available yet)—Lets you embed the “physically rigged” meshes 
> into your application. This involves classes and methods for reading 
> the editor files and manipulating the physical aspects of the objects, 
> such as applying torques and forces to joints.
> The graphics engine used is Ogre (ogre3d.org)
> let me know what you think!
> Cheers,
> Limor
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