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    is there a good physics API for java that is seangrath independent or suports java3D.
    PS if anyone knew of an API that supported the new physX hardware wouild be good
    PPS i have also posted this question at: http://www.javagaming.org/
    /edit I have now posted it at http://www.codeguru.com/ /edit and http://forums.devshed.com/
    Last edited by harry@dayfamily; 07-05-2006 at 06:40 PM.

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    jep. just search for ODEjava.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graviton
    jep. just search for ODEjava.
    the instalation proses for JODE is really weird i tried to understand but it did not make sens

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    you also can use jmonkeyengine, which supports jogl and lwj** as opengl bindings as well as own bindings to jode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graviton
    you also can use jmonkeyengine, which supports jogl and lwj** as opengl bindings as well as own bindings to jode.
    did you read mt origanal post seangrathindipenden of Java 3D

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    seangrathindipenden? what does this mean? neither leo nor google knows what this does mean. but if you ask for "independent of java 3d", then i guess you are implementing some 3d stuff in c or your own rendering engine and want java to do the physics part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graviton
    seangrathindipenden? what does this mean? neither leo nor google knows what this does mean. but if you ask for "independent of java 3d", then i guess you are implementing some 3d stuff in c or your own rendering engine and want java to do the physics part.
    it was a spelling mistake i ment seangraht indipended( indipentend of 3D APIs) or one that uses the java3d API from sun

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    Scene graph independent ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavyGeek
    Scene graph independent ?
    a seangrath is java3d , JGOL and so on Seangrath indipedned means it dose not requier a spesific seangrath(java 3d , JGOL , ext)

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