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Before I hear it from people, I know I could search for previous threads about collisions, but I just prefer to start a new topic. I have never done 3d collisions before. I know you can use code, but I was wondering if 3d studio max has anything that will help.

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I know I could search for previous threads about collisions, but I just prefer to start a new topic.

So, you're lazy. I'm bored. I'll take pity on you for now...

Collisions between moving objects.
Simple physics needed!!!
Maths and Physics Forum

For a realtime simulation you will need to use code to calculate collisions (and responses), but if you're just looking at making a rolling demo with no interactivity then you can probably get a 3DSMax plugin (or built in feature) to calculate the physics for you and export as a suitable animation/path.

Jack

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