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Best Physics Demos

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Hello, post some of the funnest, coolest, and best physics demos here. If there is source code involved feel free to include that. I remember seeing one awhile back on the Images of the Day (I think) and it allowed you to shoot a ball at a wall full of bricks and the bricks and the wall would collapse. There were other things you could do also, like drop down a tower made of wood pieces and shoot stuff at it. Then you could mess with the gravity and other things. Thanks!

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Danny Chapman, had a very interesting physics demo based on the paper "Non-convex rigid bodies with stacking" by Eran Guendelman, Robert Bridson and Ronald Fedkiw. I had a lot of fun toying around with his physics sandboxes. You can also obtain the source code from an earlier work on the same subject on his website.

his most recent demo (old now)

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This physics demo is one of the most impressive in the real-time category:

http://graphics.ethz.ch/~brunoh/defcolstudio.html

Pete

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Check out my old 2d physics demo.. it's pretty fun to play with.
http://www.rippedsoftware.com/IR3_TEST.zip

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