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Offline ribot

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« Posted 2004-09-04 07:03:01 »

I'm interested in integrating ODEJava into a product that I am currently developing.  I was wondering if there are a range of games / applications out there that showcase usage of this API?  I'd be very interested in taking a look at any of these titles - I am a little concerned with performance, and need to convince myself that the physics engine can be used efficiently and effectively.


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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-09-04 19:05:07 »

have a look at the ode applications on
They showcase the physics engine quite well. I ran into one of these applications over an email before I ever met ODE properly. It was a game where you pushed a man down some stairs. A ragdoll affair. You got more points the more injured he was. Very macabre, but quite fun! haha.
ODE's performance seems to be pretty good. As for a java wrapper, well there are overheads but it runs pretty smooth on my apps. I am quite happy. If you write you java code with zero garbage collection or at least little enough to be able to call gc() between levels or something I reakon it could be up for commercial apps. Maybe not quite quake 3. But definatly Lemmings 3D would be possible I should think.

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Junior Devvie

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-09-04 22:06:34 »

well, well.  Thanks for reminding me!

For quick reference, a list of applications that use the C++ version can be found here:

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