Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Leadwerks » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:50 pm

Email me if you want to discuss it. This is Julio's thread.
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby agi_shi » Sat Oct 03, 2009 10:06 pm

Not quite a video but just a quick little demonstration of what Newton can do when it comes to non-standard physics:
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Julio Jerez » Thu Oct 22, 2009 3:13 pm

wooow this is somethong else.
It remids me the jeep in Halo the game, Nice!!

I love the role over down the hill. :mrgreen:
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Sury » Sat Oct 24, 2009 1:24 pm

Yeah, that was a nice one!
I guess thtis the new raycast implementation of Leadwerks ? We could use a demo, or something :)
I would like to see it with soft (dust)partcles. I mean, particles that do not get cliped that hard by the scene geometry. AFAIK he uses a deferred renderer and there's already a depth buffer and stuff :)
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Leadwerks » Sat Oct 24, 2009 1:38 pm

It's my own raycast implementation, but I used Dave Gravel's code in the wiki to handle the suspension. That really helped a lot. It was about 3-4 days of work to get the vehicle working well.

Vehicles are a pretty complicated thing, so you either need to write it yourself, or you need a really well thought-out implementation, with commands for all the various things you need control of. Even then, there is a lot of tweaking, and some aspects that feel sort of hackish.
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Dave Gravel » Sun Oct 25, 2009 1:28 am

but I used Dave Gravel's code in the wiki to handle the suspension

I don't think this code exemple in the wiki is from me.
Surely the method is similar of what I have use but I don't have write anything in the wiki.
The original suspenssion code is from Julio, it's in coming with some open and donation code from Julio in JointLibrary.
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Leadwerks » Sun Oct 25, 2009 11:03 pm

Well, whoever it was, it helped a lot.

Here's a video with a road to drive on. It's a pretty nice feature that Newton can handle a dynamic 2048x2048 heightmap terrain. Without that, my editor would be impossible to make:
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Dave Gravel » Mon Oct 26, 2009 12:03 am

It's really nice and giant.
Good work, the patience is a virtue and the times a investisment.
Nice to see.
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby kallaspriit » Fri Nov 13, 2009 12:41 pm

Great work :)
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Hafeez » Thu May 27, 2010 7:22 am

I am new to Newton Physics Engine. I need some iPhone dev tutorials. If possible please point to step-by-step tutorials. thanx
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Julio Jerez » Thu May 27, 2010 7:25 am

if you click in teh wiki in this forum you will see the toturial and the IPhone SDK.
the Iphone SDK is a port of the tutorial to object C.
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Hafeez » Thu May 27, 2010 8:06 am

I guess you are pointing to
"http://www.newtondynamics.com/downloads/iPhoneTutorials.zip"

I have downloaded it. But there is quite little that I could achieve with that till now.
I am trying to search some step-by-step tutorials so that I can get to know how to develop using Newton.

If step-by-step tutorials are available please point to that. otherwise please elaborate what can I do? Should I learnt by development in windows in visual studio and then come to iPhone stuff ?
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Carli » Thu May 27, 2010 10:51 am

Hafeez wrote:I guess you are pointing to
"http://www.newtondynamics.com/downloads/iPhoneTutorials.zip"

I have downloaded it. But there is quite little that I could achieve with that till now.
I am trying to search some step-by-step tutorials so that I can get to know how to develop using Newton.

If step-by-step tutorials are available please point to that. otherwise please elaborate what can I do? Should I learnt by development in windows in visual studio and then come to iPhone stuff ?


At first, you should learn how to program games and how to program iPhone apps.
When you are experienced enough, you can start learning NGD. And using Newton in iPhone is not different from using Newton on any other Platform.
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Re: Newton videos on youtube (beware: flash video heavy topic)

Postby Leadwerks » Sun May 30, 2010 4:27 pm

More tractor driving. You can't tell in this video, but all trees have collision using Newton's new proxy/instance collision system. We can have hundreds of thousands of trees, and collision works just fine.

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