[ODE] mass of collisions - imagine a brush
Hendrix_ at gmx.net
Thu May 10 03:40:02 MST 2007
haha, of course the universal joint is doing that :) sry for my
i will look into that restoring torque, too.
you could also take the fixed joint and set the cfm for the
appropriate two rotations to a high value. then you would not need
the motor. set the anchor to the point, where the two capsules
overlap. you might also set the last rotation (twist) to a high cfm
value, because you wont recognize the twisted capsules by eye. make
sure the positional error is reduced heavily ( erp=0.8, cfm=1e-12 ),
or the bristles will come apart.
PS: sorry, Tobi, this one is for the list. I accidently sent you an
On 9. May 2007, at 15:43 Uhr, Tobias Zimmer wrote:
> As Remi Ricard wrote, the Universal joint does exactly that! I used it
> to connect the bristles to the head as well.
> But the idea of a restoring torque is really good, I haven't really
> thought about this point yet, but that is very
> important! I guess, this force has to be built into the joint between
> bristle and head especially.
> Thank you for your ideas and fast answers already,
> Patrick Enoch schrieb:
>> - have all bristles as single geoms, even worse, subdivide the
>> bristles into several parts connected by universal joints.
>> - the bristles are connected to the head by a ball joint;
>> preferably a joint that does allow rotation "to the sides", but
>> not "twisting rotation". I have posted the "free6" joint to the
>> list (that is capable of this), but the email has not been
>> approved by a moderator.
>> - the bristles can collide among themselves, ...
>> - but not a single bristle with itself (lets hope they dont bend
>> too far so self-intersection is possible)
>> - the joints stiffness should be possible via a motor with
>> rotational velocity of zero and a maxforce (however, this wont
>> make the bristle return to its original "straight" state)
>> - you need to determine the relative rotation of the subdivided
>> parts of the bristle (a relative quat), and add a restoring
>> torque. maybe this should be built into the joint itself.
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