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- Dolbarian #1
Desperate help needed
Ok, I have a problem...
Firstly, hi all!!
Ok, I am making a 3D game, It consists of a miniture globe with a road going
all the way around it, along with a user controlled car. I have added some
links to some images to show what i am making, of course, the world is not
finished yet, but i am looking to address my problem before i carry on with the
As you can see, my scene in 3DS Max, and to test things so far, i have
imported the scene file into director, and everything is set up ok, however,
now i need to make the car stick to the road, so when the user presses the
control keys (accelerate for example) the car will drive along the road, i.e -
stick to it.
So far, i have added the controls and everything, but i cannot get the car to
stick to the road surface, the car just flies off in a straight line into the
I am really stuck on this one guys, i would really appreciate any help, i just
don't know what lingo to use. Someone told me about using a spring from the
ChromeLibs tools i think it was, but i can't get this to work properly :(
Can anyone help?
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- mbrown174 #2
Re: Desperate help needed
Have a look in the Havok Extra Lingo Ref. Guide. You'll find a mention of
This property holds the current force of gravity for the simulation. You
display units, so you need to be careful when setting it up. If using a scale
1.0 (i.e. meters) then gravity should be (0, -9.81, 0) to act appropriately
positive Y is up).
The following Lingo example displays the current gravity before changing it.
-- vector( 0, 0, -386.22 )
Havok Xtra Lingo Reference Guide
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havok.gravity = vector( 0, 0, -100 )
-- vector( 0, 0, -100.0 )
I dont know if itll be any use to you, but I believe it to be the answer you
are looking for.