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Hi, I am aware that PR does not have a physics engine but would one be able to use PR as a graphics engine and use a different physics engine along with it? (e.g. Renderware Physics) Is such a thing possible? Would it cause problems? Thank You

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It will depend on the physics engine and how it is tied to the graphics part. I''ve done some experimenting with ODE (http://www.q12.org/ode/ode.html) and have some simple physics demos running in PR that will be available in the future.

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It will depend on the physics engine and how it is tied to the graphics part. I''ve done some experimenting with ODE (http://www.q12.org/ode/ode.html) and have some simple physics demos running in PR that will be available in the future.




So then ODE can work well with PR and act as a physics engine when developing a program with Power Render?

When do you think these demos will be available?

Thank You

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