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  • Kyle Szostek

In this tutorial, we explore a method of adding props to actors, and separating the props so they detach from the actors and simulate physics after a specified event. The TyProp object is very useful for creating things like character armor and other assets that should be bound to the character until an event triggers them to detach.

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  • Kyle Szostek

In this TyFlow tutorial, we explore a simple yet effective method of simulating ragdoll physics on a standard character studio biped. First, we set up the character as a TyActor, so we can birth many of them in our scene. I cover a handful of tips for getting the actors to look at and move toward a particular location before triggering the ragdoll effect.


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  • Kyle Szostek

In this tutorial, we implement a method of spawning bead necklaces that interact with each other and are affected by gravity. We use PhysX shape and bind operators to handle the bindings and collision between the individual bead objects.

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