In the previous post about integration methods, I took a look at gravity integration. Gravity is a good example of a soft constraint. It does not impose hard limits to movement of bodies. But what if we need hard constraints, for instance like steel beams? The following post explains how to implement hard constraints.
- Florian Boesch
- Born 1978
- I like writing software, toying with 3d things and reading science fiction.
- Living in Basel, Switzerland