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SpyDaniel
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Location: United Kingdom
Posted: 17th Feb 2012 08:20
Hello, I wanted to know if dark physics would be possible to displace water accurately when a physics object is placed into it. So for example, you launch a boat into some water, the water will displace around the boat so that you don't see water inside the boat as you normally do in other games like HL2.
HowDo
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Posted: 17th Feb 2012 09:54 Edited at: 17th Feb 2012 09:54
Physx code does allow the object to displace fluid, but does not let the object float in it, it just sinks to the bottom. you need emulate floating.

Dark Physics makes any hot drink go cold.
MrValentine
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Playing: FFVII
Posted: 21st Feb 2012 07:44
There is a floating sample in the competition extras maybe that might help with the floating?

would love to see what you have or come up with for water commands... I cant get a lot of water to show up no idea why

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