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Hy. I would start with pysics of invidia do you advice it to me or there are better solution? I'm a realy beginner in pysics and i ask you to advice me some tutorial or book for learn it from the start. Thansk.

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PhysX is a fine physics engine, and there are tutorials available with the SDK that may be useful for beginners. I do not know if there is a book, but the SDK tutorials for PhysX are a decent starting point.

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Thought this might be useful.

When you install the PhysX SDK available from here, the tutorials will be installed in the following location on your hard drive by default:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\NVIDIA PhysX SDK\v2.8.1\TrainingPrograms\Docs"

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In case you ever intend to sell your game/application, be sure you read the license very carefully before you start.

Although it says "100% free" on the download page, the actual wording of the license PDF may not be what everyone understands as "100% free".
While the majority of things they want is not unreasonable and pretty acceptable, some things may not be (to me they aren't anyway, you decide yourself).

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