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How to control kinematics articulations via GDScript?

I have seen that Godot only plays an "animation", that is, it only executes the sequence that was pre-defined in the file (for example, a DAE made in Blender). For example, a rigging of a hand with ...
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How can I add acceleration to the movement of an object in a game

Below is the code that I'm using to move an object: ...
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Kinematic rigidbodies push each other in unet

https://youtu.be/j3f44E-ExLc I have a bunch of rigidbodies on each player, ALL set to kinematic. And this stuff happens. All the sword swinging is animation state driven, and basic back and forth and ...
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Implementing proportional navigation in 3D

Good afternoon guys, a = N * λ' * V is the formula for the commanded acceleration required to hit the target, where N is the proportionality constant, λ' is the change in line of sight and V is ...
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Rotating kinematic object around a moving point Box2D

I'm new at Box2D and I am making a simple game where you control the rotation of the maze and the gravity leads the ball to the exit. The game looks like: The problem: I want to rotate the maze, ...
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Path following with Asteroids-like movement. Time to complete path

I'm currently learning about how to do this, but it's best to post the problem beforehand. (posting on Physics and GameDev, as you guys know your math) It's quite difficult to explain. This specific ...
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Equation for exponential deceleration so the objects “stops” at destination

Let's say my ship's velocity during deacceleration phase is given by: v(t) = v0 * exp(-k * t) where v0 is the speed at the ...