[ODE] obstacle course for vehicles

Tobias Zimmer tozim at gmx.de
Tue Aug 7 08:23:25 MST 2007

Okay, what do you suggest instead? It might be worth a try at least!

Anyway, I solved the problem with the debris consisting of boxes, they work
with the buggy now.

Still my own vehicle shows a very poor performance. I guess I have to
revise its collisionmodell... There must be a damn mistake which I have
overseen all the time....


PS: would there be something like generall interest for an obstacle course?
I'm working on it anyway and I would be glad to contribute something as I
take advantage of this community already!

Shamyl Zakariya schrieb:
> I'm guessing his performance issue may actually be in drawstuff.  
> Drawstuff is great for prototyping, but *really* slow.
> shamyl at zakariya.net
>    "this is, after all, one of those movies where people spend a great
>    deal of time looking at things and pointing."
>      From a review of _Fantastic Voyage_
> On Aug 7, 2007, at 10:14 AM, Jon Watte (ODE) wrote:
>> 10 boxes is no problem for performance. If it is for you, you're doing
>> something wrong. Even the now five years old carworld demo showed  
>> that.
>> It let you select a jeep or tank to drive around, and shoot at/drive
>> through stacks of crates -- I believe in the 30-50 crate range. Fine
>> performance back in the 2.4 GHz Pentium IV days.
>> You can totally put the boxes and the car all in one space, btw,  
>> and use
>> dSpaceCollide to find intersections.
>> Cheers,
>>           / h+
>> Tobias Zimmer wrote:
>>> Any ideas how I could realize some nice challenging obstacles,
>>> which the vehicle at least reaches? (I mean concerning the
>>> simulation speed!)
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