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Physics

BodyCallbacks#

Demonstrating the usage of Frozen, Position, and Contact callbacks of the Body class via C++ API.

JointCallbacks#

Demonstrating the usage of the Broken callback of the Joint class via C++ API.

CraneRope#

Warning
The functionality described in this chapter is not available in the Community SDK edition.
You should upgrade to Sim SDK edition to use it.

Rope physics can be extremely difficult. The sample features a simple and elegant way of creating a winch or hoist using a combination of dynamically added JointBall and geometry. This type of winch is suitable for simulation of helicopter operations or heavy duty equipment towing. The rope is implemented as a C++ component that you can use in your project.

CraneRope Sample

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