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    Reagan Burke
  1. Hi there, I'm trying to learn vex, but I've run into a bit of trouble with the RBD solver. My goal is to apply forces to individual points on a model, and have the model respond appropriately. My first assumption is that I would use a bulletRBD solver to accomplish this, along with a POPForce node. However, this applies force to the center of mass of the object, which is fine, but I also want some rotational values as well. For instance, if I have a cube, and I apply force (0, 10, 0) to verts on the left side of the cube, and I apply the opposite force (0, -10, 0) to verts on the right side of the cube, I would like to see the cube spin. I know I can manually edit the @w attribute to add angular velocity, but do I have to calculate the angular velocity manually to make this work? Thanks for your help.
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