glechapelain

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  1. Landing gear problem

    Your suspension force should be upward: The force is the one of the gravity against the ground at your wheels. If the ground is flat, your force is upward. For it to be tilted you would have to be on a slope. Only when you represent the reaction (retractation or expansion) of the suspension to the ground would you then multiply against the suspension axis.
  2. Facilities for Physics-Based Animation

    what for ?
  3. The Core Mechanics of Influence Mapping

    fr33, [quote]Also what language did you use to code? Or that just a pseudocode?[/quote] I think it's plain c++.