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toffee
07-10-2015, 13:52
Hello SMS!

I noticed that the car in real life collisions usually fly off the wall like a spring.
I think that the game lacks good physical clashes and upheavals. Machines in the game sometimes too slippery when collision. Just a little visual damage in collisions with other cars.

If the car broke down more, people would appreciate their cars in online and would encourage clean drive.

I think you know these problemmy just would like to know whether you work on this?

Sorry for my English


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQrZq4mUERs

apexatspeed
07-10-2015, 17:32
Cars breaking more wouldn't encourage clean driving. I think it would do the exact opposite. If a dude loses out in turn 1 he knows he can completely ruin your race by putting you in the wall. That is why all my lobbies have no damage. So when the guy is trolling around (which happens at least once per play session) it won't completely take you out of the race.

A.S
07-10-2015, 17:51
This kind of damage-model physics is currently only possible in terms of calculation-efficiency on normal PCs -afaik - with "particles and harmonic oscilators" .. meaning everything is a "dot", connected with "invisible springs".

Like this: http://www.beamng.com.

Also, i highly recommend watching this: 58:30 min !



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8GQCZgCNw8

Roger Prynne
07-10-2015, 22:52
That was a very interesting video.... taught me a lot and I can sympathize with the Devs trying to sort all this stuff out.
Thanks.

Edit: And the Sticks and Stones tech is awesome.

Jussi Viljami Karjalainen
07-10-2015, 23:26
Edit: And the Sticks and Stones tech is awesome.The Rigs of Rods stuff? That's known as BeamNG these days. =)

CPU M Rossi
07-10-2015, 23:44
real damage doesn't stop real race car drivers from taking each other out on purpose

senn
08-10-2015, 00:30
The Rigs of Rods stuff? That's known as BeamNG these days. =)

Yeah this is on steam now. Gets regular updates. It's fun to smoosh things :P





https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vGYVUCmxeI

Roger Prynne
08-10-2015, 13:03
The Rigs of Rods stuff? That's known as BeamNG these days. =)

Yeah I know as I got the Demo.

A.S
08-10-2015, 13:09
The Rigs of Rods stuff? That's known as BeamNG these days. =)

Yapp