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  1. I'm trying to create simple physics impostors for relatively complex models (to create CPU-friendly yet fairly accurate hitboxes). I noticed the scene.createCompoundImpostor method would likely work nicely for this sort of thing, but it was dropped in v3.0. What is the recommended strategy for v3.0? As an example, I'd like to create a hitbox for something like this: ...using an array of primitives, like this: edit: here's another example...
  2. Hey guys, I was profiling my game and it seems like I could save some cpu time if I could bypass this function call in my objects' postUpdate : postUpdate: function() { ... if (this.components.PhysicsBody) { Phaser.Component.PhysicsBody.postUpdate.call(this); } ... } My question is, since my game doesn't use any physics at all, do I have to rebuild phaser without physic support? Or is there a simpler way to simply disable the creation of physics body on all my game objects? Thanks for any input!
  3. I'm using this example. Phaser always calls contact callback twice when using tilemaps (i think, it works well on examples without a tilemap). var game = new Phaser.Game(800, 600, Phaser.AUTO, 'phaser-example', { preload: preload, create: create, update: update, render: render }); function preload() { game.load.tilemap('map', 'assets/tilemaps/maps/collision_test.json', null, Phaser.Tilemap.TILED_JSON); game.load.image('ground_1x1', 'assets/tilemaps/tiles/ground_1x1.png'); game.load.image('walls_1x2', 'assets/tilemaps/tiles/walls_1x2.png'); game.load.image('tiles2', 'assets/tilemaps/tiles/tiles2.png'); game.load.image('ship', 'assets/sprites/thrust_ship2.png'); } var ship; var map; var layer; var cursors; function create() { game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.BOX2D); game.stage.backgroundColor = '#2d2d2d'; map = game.add.tilemap('map'); map.addTilesetImage('ground_1x1'); map.addTilesetImage('walls_1x2'); map.addTilesetImage('tiles2'); layer = map.createLayer('Tile Layer 1'); layer.resizeWorld(); map.setCollisionBetween(1, 9); game.physics.box2d.convertTilemap(map, layer); ship = game.add.sprite(200, 200, 'ship'); game.physics.box2d.enable(ship); ship.body.setCircle(14); // CONTACT CALLBACK BEGIN ship.body.setCategoryContactCallback(1, function(b1,b2,f1,f2,begin){if (begin){console.log(b2);}}); // CONTACT CALLBACK END game.camera.follow(ship); game.physics.box2d.setBoundsToWorld(true, true, true, true, false); cursors = game.input.keyboard.createCursorKeys(); game.add.text(5, 5, 'Use arrow keys to move.', { fill: '#ffffff', font: '14pt Arial' }); } function update() { if (cursors.left.isDown) { ship.body.rotateLeft(300); } else if (cursors.right.isDown) { ship.body.rotateRight(300); } else { ship.body.setZeroRotation(); } if (cursors.up.isDown) { ship.body.thrust(300); } else if (cursors.down.isDown) { ship.body.reverse(300); } } function render() { // game.debug.box2dWorld(); }
  4. I'm a newbie to the 3d dev world... WOW, the learning curve is HUGE! At any rate, I thought I would give Babylon.js a shot... I watched the learning series on Microsoft Virtual Academy with the two David's... In the materials example they show an example of creating 10 spheres in a circle surrounding a single sphere... That was the start of a simple idea I wanted to implement on a home page... I would like to create a wheel of objects that a user could spin... and a random object would stop center screen showing the result of the spin... I want a vertical spinning series of objects... Not like a money wheel or vertical roulette wheel, but more like a slot machine wheel, or think "the price is right wheel", where players spin the wheel to get closest to $1... My layout is very basic, and I simply need some assistance with how to go about animating something with physics... i.e. make the wheel look random and look realistic. Most of the examples I find show creation of scenes and objects, and perhaps some basic animation, but to create a game seems like it would be a huge undertaking. Assets (meshes) not withstanding, game logic seems like... well... formidable! I would also like some assistance with game code organization... Is there documentation on a logical order to store scripts and assets? * things I've determined from trial an error... The number of points should be evenly divisible by 360 in order for an object to be centered center screen... In this example the number of objects is 24, and the radius is 3... This centers an object center screen... If I use 16, and a radius of two this will also work for my needs... Now I would like to animate the spinning of this "wheel of objects", and have some sort of physics working to make the experience realistic... var createScene = function () { var scene = new BABYLON.Scene(engine); scene.clearColor = new BABYLON.Color3(0, 0, 0); var camera = new BABYLON.FreeCamera("camera1", new BABYLON.Vector3(0, 0, -6), scene); camera.setTarget(BABYLON.Vector3.Zero()); camera.attachControl(canvas, false); var light = new BABYLON.HemisphericLight("light1", new BABYLON.Vector3(0, 0, 0), scene); var points = 24; var radius = 3; var slice = (2 * Math.PI) / points; for (var i = 0; i < points; i++) { angle = slice * i; var obj = BABYLON.Mesh.CreateBox("box" + i, .65, scene); obj.position.y = (0 + radius * Math.cos(angle)); obj.position.x = -1; obj.position.z = (0 + radius * Math.sin(angle)); } return scene }
  5. So, which one to choose? Which one is more performant? Which one has most features? Which one is better documented?
  6. Handle diagonal car ramp

    Greetings from a newbie in Phaser. In a 2d car game, how do you imagine a car ramp? Is there any way to draw a diagonal object and when the car object hits that start decreasing the angle and increasing the position.y? Progress! I started with Phaser.Physics.P2JS ( had to quit using Phaser.Physics.ARCADE ) Then make an sprite and assigned a Polygon: preload(){ this.load.physics('physicsData', '/app/dist/sprites.json'); } create(){ game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.P2JS); game.physics.p2.gravity.y = 50; game.physics.p2.defaultRestitution = 0.01; ramp = game.add.sprite(100, 100, 200, 100, "block"); game.physics.p2.enable(ramp); ramp.body.clearShapes(); ramp.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'ramp'); } My sprites.json is: { "ramp": [ { "density": 2, "friction": 0, "bounce": 0, "filter": { "categoryBits": 1, "maskBits": 65535 }, "shape": [ 200, 0 , 200, 100 , 0, 100 ] } ] } I think I got it. Any advice is good
  7. Just checking if anybody .. Maybe @Sebavan or @Deltakosh or @davrous have ANY info on the new physics engine... Engery.js I think it was called. A C++ ported physics engine
  8. Icesters Trouble

    We published this game over a year ago, but I entirely forgot about posting it here. It's a cute physics removal puzzler. Created using Flambe in Haxe with Nape physics. Art made using Flash. Save the Ice Cubes in this physics puzzler with unique twist. [puzzle, removal, physics]. Play Here Feel free to ask about anything about this game. The game is also available for non-exclusive licensing. Please contact me if you are interested.
  9. Hello! I am new to these forums and I just have to say Babylon.js is now one of my favorite libraries for webGL. I have finally switched over from three.js and have to say this has been so much fun to play with. Just recently I am trying to make a physics-based environment where you can pick up and drop objects similar to the old source engine and garry's mod. I created this playground to show an example of what I am trying to create but some of the bugs are shown in the gyazo link. https://playground.babylonjs.com/#0H29AJ https://i.gyazo.com/bc01aaaced057c158f1c925cfafc06a2.mp4 The object, when held and looking downfalls through the floor. Sometimes when dropped it becomes at a sliding state where it will not stop sliding and on pickup, it will fall through the floor. So my question is, how can I stop the object from going through the floor?
  10. Collision problem

    Hello Phasers, I'm new to Phaser and I'm starting to have fun with it. But I have an issue with collision using Arcade physics. The problem is that when a collision happens between two bodies, the collision make them overlap a little bit and at some point the bodies pass through each other as you can see in this example. Adding the property bounce = 0 to the line body solve part of the problem. But their is style a slight overlap. Can somebody explain me what's happening and give me a solution to the problem ? Thanks.
  11. Ninja.io is a fast paced, 2D multiplayer shooter inspired by games like Soldat, Unreal Tournament and N-game. Currently implemented game modes include Capture the Flag and Deathmatch. It uses the Box2D physics engine to enable convincing rigid body simulation. Players can make various moves including backflips, rolls, proning, running, flying and crouching. The game is still under active development and I'm willing to devote a great deal of time to finishing this project. I've made a test server available and you can join it by following these steps: - Go to ninja.io - Play as Guest - Enter any username and make sure it ends with _dev - Join CTF or Deathmatch. - Select primary and/or secondary weapon Press H to display table of controls. Decrease the size of the browser window in case it runs slow. I've noticed that some laptops and older systems have trouble maintaining adequate fps. It is currently not possible to register a username, but I've been making progress on an account and highscore system. The game server is currently located in Europe. I plan on running additional servers on other continents and for the site to serve as a gateway to the nearest game server when players join in order to minimize latency. Any thoughts, feedback or suggestions would be much appreciated! Thanks.
  12. Uncaught TypeError in my first app.

    Hello everybody I write my first application, add physics for my player, add cursors , input keyboards. En error you will see on the screenshots. var game = new Phaser.Game(800, 600, Phaser.CANVAS, 'gameDiv'); var spacefield; var backgroundv; var player; var cursors; var mainState = { preload: function(){ game.load.image('starfield', "assets/starfield.png"); game.load.image('player', "assets/player.png"); }, create: function(){ spacefield = game.add.tileSprite(0, 0, 800, 600, 'starfield'); backgroundv = 5; game.add.sprite(game.world.centerX, game.world.centerY + 200, 'player'); game.physics.enable(player, Phaser.Physics.ARCADE); cursors = game.input.keyboard.createCursorKeys(); }, update: function(){ spacefield.tilePosition.y += backgroundv; if(cursors.left.isDown){ player.body.velocity.x = -350; } if(cursors.right.isDown){ player.body.velocity.x = 350; } } }; game.state.add('mainState', mainState); game.state.start('mainState'); Whats wrong?
  13. Physics Movement

    What is the BEST or PREFERRED way to move your character with physics so it should respect the surface walking on ... If I use mesh.imposter.setLinearVelocity(moveVector) it is NOWHERE as precise when moving diagonally using something like: mesh.position.addInPlace(moveVector)... I was having a problem with the direction and moving EXACTLY forward from what the character is currently facing... And when that angle was more like 0, 45, 90 etc... it worked good with setLinearVelocity... But if was point at something like a 30 degree angle it would NOT MOVE EXACTLY forward... but I I use that same moveVector and ADD TO my current position (so using translation to move and not setting the physics linear velocity) it moves PERFECT... All Angles of rotation are then respected... what ever angle I am at and I res the up arrow key... It goes exactly forward... Now is there something wrong with setLinearVelocity or is it just not PRESICE enough to handle angles in between 45 degrees ??? PROS AND CONS from what I see. Using mesh.position to move a character with physics state enabled (mesh.checkCollision = false ... Dunno if that matters but I thought if we are using physics collision we should turn off mesh.checkCollision as that is for camera collision... I think) =================================================================== PROS: 1... Exact precise movement 2... Respects collision with other objects that have a physics state... so can walk up ramps and such 3... I image a bit faster just moving the position and letting the physics engine account for that actual 'Ending' Position... I guess that why I can walk up ramps based on just horizontal and vertical inputs. CONS: 1... No imposter.getLinearVelocity values that I was using to determine is falling (isFalling = mesh.imposter.getLinearVelocity() < 0.1) but can be switched to just movement vector I guess... Dunno 2... Gotta change how I apply gravity when jumping or falling from something ==================================================================== Using mesh.physicsImposter.setLinearVelocity to move a character with physics state enabled (mesh.checkCollision = false ... Dunno if that matters but I thought if we are using physics collision we should turn off mesh.checkCollision as that is for camera collision... I think) PROS: 1... Gravity code works from what I got using imposter.getKinearVelocity CONS: 1... Movement (at least for me) seems what to imprecise with angle not quite 45 degrees in between (say I'm point at 30 degrees and press forward does not go exactly that way... at least for me it does not) So if you were making a THIRD PERSON CONTROLLER for your REAL GAME (not just a quick snippet in a playground that moves you around with something like mesh.position.z += 0.1... but making a real game) What do use use to moving your guy around respecting physics and what not... being to move and run and jump and what not... A full character controller... What do you use for the actual movement of a game object with physics state enabled ??? mesh.position or mesh.physicsImposter.setLinearVelocity ??? Or am I way off and it should totally be something else Anyways... Pinging @Deltakosh and @davrousand @Sebavan and @JCPalmer (who looks like h changed his icon, I hope that him) and @adam and of course 'Wingy' @Wingnut... Yep... I'm asking the whole crew... What would you do when making a real game ???
  14. I'm sure there's probably a really simply explanation for this, and I've certainly put in the requisite time researching and experimenting... but I'm having a hard time getting collisions/physics to work properly with heightmaps. Here's the playground: https://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#UV2S4R#1. Basically, the balls fall until a collision, then they slow down, which is working as expected. However, when you uncomment line #25 (`ground.rotation.y = .1;`), it's almost like the mesh rotates, but the physicsImpostor does not. It seems like I recall reading somewhere that you have to use a Quaternion to rotate meshes with impostors, but I can't find that reference for the life of me. Any guidance would be much appreciated!
  15. So.... to my great disappointment - yes, another one of those - it looks like parented meshes don't work with physics engine. Is there any workaround? I think it's impossible for me to unroll all parenting in the project, it would break animations and god knows what else... BTW it looks like @Wingnut is currently working on similar issues (poor physics support). thumbs up to you for all the great work
  16. I'm making a game using Phaser, P2 physics and webpack. When it comes to P2 I can not use custom physic shapes because they won't collide with world bounds. I'm using Phaser webpack example template (https://github.com/photonstorm/phaser-ce/tree/master/resources/Project Templates/Webpack) and an example from the website (https://phaser.io/examples/v2/p2-physics/pick-up-object). The point is that when using custom colision shapes, entities won't collide. But they do if I use the default squared shapes or the circle ones that Phaser provide. The game code is simple and you can check it here: /** * Import Phaser dependencies using `expose-loader`. * This makes then available globally and it's something required by Phaser. * The order matters since Phaser needs them available before it is imported. */ import PIXI from 'expose-loader?PIXI!phaser-ce/build/custom/pixi.js'; import p2 from 'expose-loader?p2!phaser-ce/build/custom/p2.js'; import Phaser from 'expose-loader?Phaser!phaser-ce/build/custom/phaser-split.js'; var game = new Phaser.Game(800, 600, Phaser.CANVAS, 'phaser-example', { preload: preload, create: create, update: update, render: render }); function preload() { game.scale.scaleMode = Phaser.ScaleManager.SHOW_ALL; game.load.image('tetrisblock1', 'assets/sprites/tetrisblock1.png'); game.load.image('tetrisblock2', 'assets/sprites/tetrisblock2.png'); game.load.image('tetrisblock3', 'assets/sprites/tetrisblock3.png'); game.load.physics('physicsData', 'assets/physics/sprites.json'); } var tetris1; var tetris2; var tetris3; var mouseBody; var mouseConstraint; function create() { // Enable p2 physics game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.P2JS); game.physics.p2.gravity.y = 1000; tetris1 = game.add.sprite(300, 100, 'tetrisblock1'); tetris2 = game.add.sprite(375, 200, 'tetrisblock2'); tetris3 = game.add.sprite(450, 300, 'tetrisblock3'); // Create collision group for the blocks var blockCollisionGroup = game.physics.p2.createCollisionGroup(); // This part is vital if you want the objects with their own collision groups to still collide with the world bounds // (which we do) - what this does is adjust the bounds to use its own collision group. game.physics.p2.updateBoundsCollisionGroup(); // Enable the physics bodies on all the sprites game.physics.p2.enable([ tetris1, tetris2, tetris3 ], false); tetris1.body.clearShapes(); tetris1.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'tetrisblock1'); tetris1.body.setCollisionGroup(blockCollisionGroup); tetris1.body.collides([blockCollisionGroup]); tetris2.body.clearShapes(); tetris2.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'tetrisblock2'); tetris2.body.setCollisionGroup(blockCollisionGroup); tetris2.body.collides([blockCollisionGroup]); tetris3.body.clearShapes(); tetris3.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'tetrisblock3'); tetris3.body.setCollisionGroup(blockCollisionGroup); tetris3.body.collides([blockCollisionGroup]); // create physics body for mouse which we will use for dragging clicked bodies mouseBody = new p2.Body(); game.physics.p2.world.addBody(mouseBody); // attach pointer events game.input.onDown.add(click, this); game.input.onUp.add(release, this); game.input.addMoveCallback(move, this); } function click(pointer) { var bodies = game.physics.p2.hitTest(pointer.position, [ tetris1.body, tetris2.body, tetris3.body ]); // p2 uses different coordinate system, so convert the pointer position to p2's coordinate system var physicsPos = [game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.x), game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.y)]; if (bodies.length) { var clickedBody = bodies[0]; var localPointInBody = [0, 0]; // this function takes physicsPos and coverts it to the body's local coordinate system clickedBody.toLocalFrame(localPointInBody, physicsPos); // use a revoluteContraint to attach mouseBody to the clicked body mouseConstraint = this.game.physics.p2.createRevoluteConstraint(mouseBody, [0, 0], clickedBody, [game.physics.p2.mpxi(localPointInBody[0]), game.physics.p2.mpxi(localPointInBody[1]) ]); } } function release() { // remove constraint from object's body game.physics.p2.removeConstraint(mouseConstraint); } function move(pointer) { // p2 uses different coordinate system, so convert the pointer position to p2's coordinate system mouseBody.position[0] = game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.x); mouseBody.position[1] = game.physics.p2.pxmi(pointer.position.y); } function update() { } function render() { // game.debug.text(result, 32, 32); } If you need to have a look at the project, you can check it here: https://github.com/alexZalachenko/Phaser-Webpack Any toughts about why the collisions are not working when using custom collision shapes? Thanks in advance, Alex
  17. Can a tile from a tilemap be moved?

    So I am trying to make a platformer game using Phaser. The game contains a lot of blocks (tiles) which are loaded from the tilemap. Now what I want is that these blocks can be moved dynamically during the game (for ex. if the player bangs their head against it). The thing is, I don't know how? My first question is, is this possible? Because I tried changing the position, it didn't work (but I successfully changed its alpha). Moreover, I tried using Physics P2, but it has a null sprite value, so all the changes done are done to the body and the sprite still remains there. I can use any physics system, I am open to all. All I need is a way to work this out.
  18. Hi, i witnessed the weirdest behavior while following the make your own phaser game tutorial. At one point in the tutorial (between parts 5 and 6 ) it is explained how to make the player collide with the ground instead of going through it. Basically, the weird thing is that i copy/pasted the whole code from part 6 (not only the script, but the whole html page) in the part5.html file and the player still goes through the ground when i access part5.html, although it works as intended when i access part6.html. I wonder how can the exact same code produce different behaviors. This happened using vivaldi browser, and the code works as intended when i try it with chrome and firefox. I am very intrigued by this, can someone please explain ?
  19. How to apply an "impulse" to an object

    Hi there, I´m a bit confused about some core concepts with Arcade Physics... I´ll try to explain it because actually it´s a little bit confusing even to understand what´s going on. The thing is that I have a game where the main character is falling like if he jumps from the top of a building and when I init that sprite, I just apply a gravity to him this.prota.body.gravity.y = 700 Then, on both sides of the game I have some mushrooms and some black-weird-plant-arms and when you hit them, I want the player to receive like an impulse, I mean, I want the player to "be launched like a rocket" and I make this with a callback of a collide() in the update() of the game //in the update() this.physics.arcade.collide(this.prota, this.grupoSetas, null, this.reboteSeta, this) //and the callback reboteSeta:function(prota, seta){ //some code this.prota.body.acceleration.y = 0; this.prota.body.acceleration.x = 0; this.prota.body.velocity.y = -1000; this.prota.body.velocity.x = this.rnd.between(-1000, 1000); //some other code }, The problem I have, is that the first time the player hits the mushroom, he rebounds only a little bit and then the rest of the times he rebounds properly and I´m really confused about this, I don´t know why this is hapenning... Can anyone let me know what and why this is hapenning? You can test it here
  20. I'm trying to add a collision box to a sword swing. I'm using one sprite for the swing and rotating it 0, 90, 180, 270 degrees, depending on direction. As physics bodies are not affected by their sprite's rotation, I'm using body.setSize(width, height, offsetX, offsetY) to move the collision area depending on direction. Problem: It seems that (width, height) updates earlier than (offsetX, offsetY), or that the new offset is delayed one update. This leads to the hitbox reaching beyond the player's attack range. How can I avoid this? One way to easily test this is by calling sprite.body.setSize( <randomX>, <randomY>, <randomOffsetX>, <randomOffsetY> ). The sprite's angle does not affect this. ^ The collision area updates its size first, and later snaps to its new offset. ^ The sword sprite, 48x48. Red box indicates where the body's collision area should be.
  21. Polygon collision does not work

    Hi Everyone! Hopefully someone can help with the issue I have faced. I am building a simple racing game and want to implement collision between car and other objects. I am using p2 physics. When I create primitive body objects (e.g. body.setRectangle) collision works fine, but when i use polygon (body.loadPolygon) i have created in PhysicsEditor the car just rides throw these objects without any collisions. I have tried building very simple objects to exclude "holes" in collide, creating collision groups but unfortunately any of these things helped. Attaching my code and a screenshot Car class: export default class extends Phaser.Sprite { constructor ({ game, x, y, asset }) { super(game, x, y, asset) game.physics.p2.enable(this, true) this.anchor.setTo(0.5) this.body.clearShapes() this.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'car') this.body.angle = -90 this.cursors = game.input.keyboard.createCursorKeys() this.velocity = 0 } Obstacle code: create () { this.game.physics.startSystem(Phaser.Physics.P2JS) this.game.physics.p2.defaultRestitution = 0.8 this.map = this.game.add.tileSprite(0, 0, 2880, 1620, 'map') this.game.world.setBounds(0, 0, 8640, 4860) this.map.scale.setTo(3, 3) this.mapAbove = this.game.add.sprite(0, 0, 'race') this.game.physics.p2.enable(this.mapAbove, true) this.mapAbove.body.clearShapes() this.mapAbove.body.loadPolygon('physicsData', 'race') this.car = new Car({ game: this.game, x: 3800, y: 3750, asset: 'car' }) this.game.add.existing(this.car) this.game.camera.follow(this.car) } Also i am using this stuff as skeleton - https://github.com/lean/phaser-es6-webpack Could troubles be in incorrect packages? Looking forward for Your reply, Thanks!
  22. According to the documentation, "A Group is a container for display objects including Sprites and Images." I haven't been able to find a definition for collision groups, but it seems they're part of the P2 physics engine; somehow they control what an object can collide with. The canonical example for collision groups uses both. A regular group has all sorts of properties; a collision group only has one property called "mask". What is a collision group? What is it for? What happens to a sprite when it gets added to a collision group?
  23. Rotating a group of bodies

    I want to create a game where enemies spawn, fly toward the player's ship, and stick to the side of it. The player can then rotate the ship and the stuck enemies will rotate with it. The way I have this working now, the ship and the enemies are each part of a group and a collision group; when an enemy collides with the ship, it leaves its old group and collision group and joins those of the ship. The player is then able to rotate the ship's group, including the stuck enemies. But from there, things get weird. Try it. If you rotate the ship 90 degrees to the left and then stick an enemy to its right edge, the enemy vanishes and appears at the top edge of the ship. Try to stick another enemy to the same point on the right edge, and it too will teleport to the top of the circle, colliding with the other enemy there. Also, enemies that have been "stuck" won't collide with those that have not. If I move everything into one collision group, rotating the ship with enemies stuck to it will be reflected onscreen but not in the physics. You can spin the ship around all you like, and the enemies stuck to it will appear to rotate around it, but the non-stuck enemies will act as if they aren't moving. How can I get a group of physics bodies to act like one body, rotating together and colliding with other objects in the gameworld? You can play with what I've got here, and my code is here.
  24. Hi! I'm new to Babylon.js and Game Development in General. I've started a project on a dice simulation, where I generate a random dice roll result in JavaScript and visualize it as physics enabled dice being thrown and displaying the predefined result! Current status: I have a 6 sided dice object(Box) with BABYLON.DynamicTextures on them for the numbers. This object is instanced as often as needed and thrown from the same position and same rotation quaternion. My problem now is that I want to display the precalculated roll result on the dice, but as of right now it is "random". I thought I could solve this issue by rolling the dice invisible, determine with raycasts which side is up, put the textures on the right position and repeat the animation. But the problem is that as I repeat the animation the dice roll on different sides, so I can't really use this method... My question is now, is there a way to determine the outcome of a physics enabled dice movement, so I can apply the textures correctly? Thanks in advance!
  25. Hi again. I make model as simple as possible. Just Basic Sphere and box colliders. I export it with ToB Exporter to get ModelFinish_Base.js. I include this in playground. I created complete playground. I include playground in attached .zip file. Because I can not save playground! Download attached file unzip and copy text from BabylonJS_ToB_Physics_Collision_Problem_Playground.js and paste it in playground and run it. I would like to know why .physicsImpostor doesn't work? Can anybody debug this and find a problem? Is there problem with babylonjs plugin, cannon or ToB exporter ??? playground_and_files.zip