[ODE] ODE Physics Benchmark Setup
Jon Watte (ODE)
hplus-ode at mindcontrol.org
Thu Oct 25 12:51:49 MST 2007
Adrian Boeing wrote:
> a) The best accuracy (in terms of following the ideal physical models)
Double precision, dWorldStep(), make sure to filter/merge contact points
that are coincident, make sure to add some slight dampening (especially
> b) The best performance (in terms of computational efficiency).
Double precision, dWorldQuickStep(), make sure to filter/merge contact
points that are coincident, make sure to add a noticeable amount of
dampening (especially rotational dampening).
In both cases you probably want to use dContactApprox for friction, as
the non-approx function is too simplistic to be of much use.
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