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There is a problem in different browsers, for example, if a roulette ball in Chrome stops at a certain number in another browser, it stops at another. Can the difference between physics world.step (cannon.js) in different browsers?
My example shows how to use Ammo.js with TypeScript in Debug and Release modes: hello-ammojs-webgl10-ts You should install these modules globally: npm i typescript -g npm i browserify -g npm i uglify-js -g Install all packages from `package.json` using the command: `npm i` Comment/Uncomment Debug/Release in `index.html` and `main.ts` (see comments in these files). Use these commands to build the example: `npm run debug` - to set breakpoint in code editors and to publish on PlayGround (like Plunker), for example: Hello Ammo.js. WebGL 1.0, TypeScript
Super-excited to announce some new experimental PlayCanvas technology that simulates cloth physics. final_5ed7a246132aee0015b5c0af_798743.mp4 Check out the blog article describing how it was done: https://blog.playcanvas.com/implementing-cloth-simulation-in-webgl/ Just a first step - but the added realism for character rendering is superb. Let us know what you think!