martes, 13 de abril de 2010

First Ogre+Verlet+Gauss-Seidel simulation

Once the Ogre3D engine is ready to draw what we numerically compute, it was about time to start having some fun.

I found this excellent article from Thomas Jakobsen: http://www.gotoandplay.it/_articles/2005/08/advCharPhysics.php where a very neat and simple engine is implemented (thanks Mr. Jakobsen).

It is very well explained so adapting it to my little lab was not very hard.
Here I proudly present my very first simulation!




I am perfectly conscious that it lacks of a lot of things...namely collision detection, a proper stable, precise integrator, an optimized implementation...and a long etcetera...but it's just a baby!

Here is a zip file with the code (an extension from what I presented in the last post):


http://www.mnbvlabs.com/Thesis/VerletRelaxation.zip

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