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A physical is an object inside of which there is an invisible force field affecting other objects.

Watch our video tutorial on physics for an overview of physical effects.

Types of Physicals#

There are 5 types of physicals:

  •   Physical Wind is a cuboid shaped area that simulates the blowing wind inside of it.
  •   Physical Force is a spherical object with a force applied to its center. It pulls physical objects and particles up to or away from the point or rotates them around.
  •   Physical Noise is a cuboid shaped area that adds a distribution flow based on a volumetric noise texture.
  •   Physical Water is cuboid shaped area that simulates a force field affecting water objects.
  •   Physical Trigger is an object firing callbacks when physical objects or non-physical colliders get inside or outside of it.
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