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Bullet Physics: Teleport to possition

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I'm using Bullet Physics to handle things in my engine. first let me explain the goal I'm trying to achieve: I have a bunch of dynamic objects, but these objects can be "captured" by a non-dynamic object. When they are captured I was planning on attaching them via a constraint, then as the non-dynamic object moves I want the dynamic one to be pulled around via the constraint. Then of course the object can be released which i do by destroying the constraint. Any Bullet users out there that can tell me if that sounds like a sane wait of doing things? Now the part I'm currently having a problem with is moving the non-dynamic object, this is what I'm currently doing:
const VectorR3& pos = gameObj->getPosition();
const Rotation3D& rot = gameObj->getRotation();
btTransform trans;
trans.setOrigin( btVector3( pos.x(), pos.y(), pos.z() ) );
trans.setRotation( btQuaternion( btScalar( rot.x() ), btScalar( rot.y() ), btScalar( rot.z() ), btScalar( rot.w() ) ) );

btMotionState* motionState = physObj->body->getMotionState();
motionState->setWorldTransform( trans );
physObj->body->setCenterOfMassTransform( trans );


[Edited by - Wavesonics on June 4, 2008 8:52:00 PM]

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