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Self-righting agents that have fallen over
I need insect-like agents that have fallen/rolled on their back/side to naturally re-orient themselves. The agents are modeled as simple cuboids in the physics engine (Bullet) to approximate an ...
Dec 8 '10 at 16:06
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