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Hello everybody,
I have been searching around the net for a good (commercial or
non-commercial) physics engine written in C#. Unfortunately I only know
the existence of many physics engine (novodex, ageia, etc.) but they are
written in c++.
Does anybody know/has any notice/has heard of any written in .net
language or if any wrapper has been done for the above?

Thanks in advance
Jan 25 '06 #1
2 8051
why can't you create your own wrapper to the dll or com library? Unless you
are after real time performance, i'd say that would be sufficient.

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Hello everybody,
I have been searching around the net for a good (commercial or
non-commercial) physics engine written in C#. Unfortunately I only know
the existence of many physics engine (novodex, ageia, etc.) but they are
written in c++.
Does anybody know/has any notice/has heard of any written in .net
language or if any wrapper has been done for the above?

Thanks in advance

Jan 25 '06 #2
Joan Parera wrote:
Hello everybody,
I have been searching around the net for a good (commercial or
non-commercial) physics engine written in C#. Unfortunately I only know
the existence of many physics engine (novodex, ageia, etc.) but they are
written in c++.
Does anybody know/has any notice/has heard of any written in .net
language or if any wrapper has been done for the above?

Thanks in advance


Here Ya go:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/david.walker530/ode/
ODE Wrapper

http://www.thejamesrainenetwork.co.uk/ode/ode.html
ODE.NET

http://www.pepperboy.net/ode.asp
ODE.NET2

http://sourceforge.net/projects/newton-dotnet/
Newton Physics .NET
Jan 25 '06 #3

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