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    [FEATURE REQUEST] PhysX 3.4 latest Vehicle improvements.

    Hi!

    What can you say about the latest fixes in PhysX vehicles (ver 3.4)?
    I mean these:
    • Suspension force calculation now applies an extra force perpendicular to the spring travel direction. This force is calculated to satisfy the constraint that the sprung mass only has motion along the spring travel direction. This change mostly affects vehicles with suspension travel directions that are not vertical.
    • PxVehicleWheelsSimData::mThresholdLongitudinalSpeed and PxVehicleWheelsSimData::mMinLongSlipDenominator are now given default values that reflect the length scale set in PxTolerancesScale.
    • Unphysically large constraint forces were generated to resolve the suspension compression beyond its limit when the suspension direction and the hit normal under the wheel approach perpendicularity. This has been fixed so that the constraint force approaches zero as the angle between the hit normal and suspension direction approaches a right angle.


    Also, new features are very promising:
    • Anti-roll suspension has been added. The class PxVehicleAntiRollBar and the functions PxVehicleWheelsSimData::setAntiRollBar, PxVehicleWheelsSimData::getAntiRollBar, PxVehicleWheelsSimData::getNbAntiRollBars allow anti-roll bars to be configured and queried.
    • A new function PxVehicleSuspensionSweeps has been introduced. This sweeps the PxShape that represents the wheel along the suspension direction. The hit planes resulting from the sweep are used as driving surfaces similar to those found by PxVehicleSuspensionRaycasts.
    • ...

    Full release notes: http://www.physxinfo.com/files_new/P...ase_notes.html

    Yesterday I tested the master branch on gitHub there is no changes yet, but PhysX lib is latest (V3.4 January 2017).
    So, when?
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