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I'm doing a project in which I need to interact with 3D objects, ie a 3D object as a cube, for example, can hit a 3D ball and the ball simulates the actual motion as when a ball really hit, something like ping pong. How I can achieve this?, Thanks
Try starting here:
Also, look at this example if you need to see the equations been solved (this requires you to have LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module, which is part of the academic license):
C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2013\examples\Control and Simulation\Case Studies\Physics\Bouncing ball\Bouncing Ball 3D.vi
And if you to this folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2013\examples\Graphics and Sound\3D Picture Control
There are several examples on how to use the 3D picture control for your project like:
Create and Render Objects.vi
3D Model of a Solart System.vi
and several others.
This will let you freely control the objects.
Now, if you have access to the LabVIEW Robotics Module, it also has a physics simulator that would help you create the environment based on the Open Dynamic Engine (ODE) module.
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