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Old 11-08-2010, 01:57 AM
shahramy shahramy is offline
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Hi every body
is there any way to create static or dynamic Objects?
static objects are such as ground or trees or any fixed Objects and dynamic objects are ones which can interact with environment like a car which can move or an avatar
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Old 11-08-2010, 09:16 AM
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You can add actions to objects to animate them. Take a look at the Vizard help for documentation and examples about adding actions to objects and using the avatars included with Vizard.

If you are asking about creating the models, then that is done in modeling software. Our supported workflow for that is through 3ds Max.
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thank jeff but I meant is there any difference between static and dynamic object? does vizard differentiate these two type of object, between objects which are fixed and others which may move?
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