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Bullet physics in Blender: a tech demo posted last year by Alain ‘Phymec‘ Ducharme. The popular open-source physics engine has now been integrated into Blender 2.66, the latest official release of the software.
Bullet Physics Tutorial
I'm trying to to create a compound shape pretty much in the same way I did in my C code. Create three shapes (two btCylinderShape, and one btConeShape). Create a compund shape using the tree individual shapes (btCompoundShape). Create a rigid body btRigidBody using the compound shape passing a transformation matrix with some translation How can it be done in blender? AFAIK, the option in Properties view panelPhysics tabCollisionBounds disclosure triangleCompound has to be enabled for the three bodies, and one of them needs to be the parent, while the other two are its children. This works prety well, but I need to add some offset too to the parent, as the picture shows, how can it be done? Using a fourth empty body as a parent would introduce an aditional shape, that would mess the hole thing.
Is there a way to add an additional transformation to the physics shape attached to a mesh? I'm currently using Blender v2.67b for Mac. Instead of directly messing with the Physics parameters, this situation is way easier to handle with ordinary mesh tools. You can merge your three objects by using the Boolean modifier. First, select only one of your objects, then go to the PropertiesModifiers menu and select the Boolean modifier. In the modifier options, for 'Operation' select 'Union' and for 'Object', select one of your other objects. If you then hit 'Apply', your first object will now have the overall shape of those two objects merged.
If you have three objects, you'll need to do this twice (because the Boolean modifier only operates on two at a time). Also note that the modifier will leave the original copies of the objects in addition to the new, merged version, so at the end, make sure to delete the original objects. Then, in the Physics panel, select 'Mesh' as your collision bounds.
Bullet-constraints-builder Short description: Add-on for Blender to connect rigid bodies via constraints in a physical plausible way. Project description: The Finnish Laurea University of Applied Sciences is taking part in an EU funded project, named Inachus. The project in general examines measures to improve the first response in case of catastrophic events like earthquakes or explosions etc. A particular part of this project is the simulation of the effects that catastrophic events have on built structures. Within the three year lasting project Laurea researches the application of the discrete element method DEM to virtually simulate collapsing building structures. The DEM approach will be compared with the finite element method FEM and the applied element method AEM.
Add-on for Blender: We are developing an add-on that complements the bullet physics engine in Blender. Apple said to start making chips for mac pro. The add-on will allow to attribute realistic structural dependencies between building elements such as pillars, walls, beams, slabs etc.
The tool set in conjunction with the bullet physics engine should deliver satisfactory simulation results. Kai Kostack and Martin Felke have for many years laid a solid ground work for the current development. Kai Kostack has now finished a first script version that automatically sets multiple constraints to enable several force evaluations on precise junction points between rigid objects. The script also automatically calculates the breaking threshold values for each of the constraints based on material properties. Expectations: We expect, that we will be able to simulate failing building structures under hazardous impact to a degree that allows predictions, what building parts will resist the impact and where falling debris will accumulate. In a best case scenario the simulation will indicate where spatial pockets will be likely to be formed, that allow victims to survive. Contact: Kai Kostack:; Oliver Walter: Links.