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Load Meshes with Bullet Physics

I just started implementing some physics in my game with Bullet Physics and I was just wondering how would i use bullet physics to load in meshes. For my for DirectX I load in x files into a ...
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Bouncing ball isssue

I am currently working on the 2D Bouncing ball physics that bounces the ball up and down. The physics behaviour works fine but at the end the velocity keep +3 then 0 non-stop even the ball has stopped ...
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Player Movement DirectX

I'm reading on a Book that's about Gamedevelopment with C++ and DirectX 9. There is something that interrests me: It says that playermovements are increasing with the power of the CPU. Becouse a ...
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How do I convert matrices intended for OpenGL to be compatible for DirectX?

I have finished working through the book "Game Physics Engine Development 2nd Ed" by Millington, and have got it working, but I want to adapt it to work with DirectX. I understand that D3D9+ has the ...
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what is the absolute simplest way to add physics to a simple 3D game

This physics does not have to be very complex at all. There are a number of rectangles and one ball, all of which have the appropriate bounding volumes constrained to them, it would be great if the ...
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simplest way of making a sphere roll in a realistic way

rather than just moving a sphere across a plane, I want to make it roll like a ball. What is the simplest way of doing this? I assume it will have something to do with the circumference of the ball ...
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Non axis aligned bounding box collision and physics

Exactly how much more expensive, and while we're at it, difficult, is it to have non-axis aligned bounding boxes in your framework? I realise that it very much depends on what you're trying to do, so ...