[Bf-committers] collisions detection without gameengine

Lukas Tönne lukas.toenne at googlemail.com
Wed Apr 18 13:09:45 CEST 2012


You might be interested in the Bullet Integration branch by Joshua
Leung (aligorith) [1]
This implements Bullet physics, including all common collision shapes,
in the main Blender scene, without the need to use the game engine. I
don't know how complete the python API is though, better ask Joshua
himself about this.




On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 11:59 AM, P2sta <p2sta at atlas.cz> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm working on my diploma work and I'm in need of detecting collision in
> blender without starting the game engine.
>  I set a game logic to check for collisions, but I need to start the
> game engine to make the actual detection, which is unneeded.
>  My teacher said to me I can edit the source code to make acces to the
> bullet physics directly without the game engine (I need just the
> collosions) so
>  I get the binaries, but I'm pretty lost in where to start and what do
> I need to edit. I did searched through most of the bullet physics files,
> but didin't find anything yet. I'm new to c/c++ but I can learn fast.
> I would like to keep it the way that I set the game logic and just call
> lets say bpy.ops.scene.detect_collisions() and I will get a list of
> colliding objects, if that's even possible.
> So, I would like to ask if you have some ideas that could help me.
>  Thank you in advance for any help!
>  Zbynek Hlava
> P.S. sorry for any grammer mistakes, English is not my nativ language
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