EZPhysics update

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EZPhysics update

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I've updated the EZPhysics editor and library to work with Ogre 1.x.

Check out http://www.ezphysics.org

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sweet!, just looking at the site now :P
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it seems to be a very usefull library :o
good job!
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i forgot to include the stlport dll in the EZPhysics Editor package

If you downloaded the package and got a dependency error when you ran ezphysicseditor, you can download the dll: http://ezphysics.org/stlport_vc746.dll

or you can download the whole binary package which now includes the DLL:
http://ezphysics.org/EZPhysics-18Oct2005.rar


I'm looking for people to help me with this project and make it into an enhanced level-editor/game-engine/robot-training-ground etc.
If you like the concept and would like to help develop it please let me know.

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Post by Chris Jones »

hmmm, i may be interested in helping you, but there comes a point to why, which will be a problem, is there a way we could talk easier rather than on posts here?

EDIT: ill email you as soon as i can
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Post by tentons »

Wow, this looks really cool! Good job.
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Re: EZPhysics update

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EZPhysics has been revived recently as part of a robotics research project called Actuatedcharacter
EZPhysics lets you interactively embed objects supported by the physics engine into 3D meshes, attach joints and constraints to the physics objects, save the “physically rigged” scenes into files, and run simulations or embed the physically rigged scene into your projects.

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The demos look cool. Alas it would have been easier to include the sourcecode in a zip file rather than to have us first learn SVN to download the code. Also, I didnt find any link for a SDK documentation, some introduction how to rig a character without being a student of physics and so on. But the demo looks cool
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Re: EZPhysics update

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EZPhysics Download

Or, if you want the latest, and don't want to mess with SVN, then you can go to this page and click the download tarball link:
http://ezphysics.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ezphysics/

And by the way: really awesome to see EZPhysics revived! :)
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