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Rigid Bodies

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I am having a bit of trouble with rigid bodies. Specifically, how to rotate them acurately. The translation velocity i know how to get, but i am unsure about rotational velocity. An example would be a box hiting the ground on its corner and rotating untill lying at rest... I am creating a game based on physics and i have all my particle dynamics finished but i would like to have rigid bodies. Really, i want to use objects that wouldnt work with particles (whole objects themself) such as boxes to have physics. So anyway, could someone explain or give me a good, easily understandable, article on rigid bodies. I have found many, but a good explanation would help me understand. (and no, Jacobsens paper doesnt have enough on rigid bodies) Thanks in advance.

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alot of the algorithms and formulas get very confusing in those papers! ;)

well, the only thing i have trouble with is angular velocity of rigid bodies... so if someone was to generally explain it to me, then i could read and understand the articles a lot more clearly!

thanks

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A few days ago I had the exact same question... Don't expect anyone to give you more info, read the tutorials/articles over and over again until you understand them.

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A few days ago I had the exact same question... Don't expect anyone to give you more info, read the tutorials/articles over and over again until you understand them.

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