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Old 06-09-2010, 09:21 AM
Darkmax Darkmax is offline
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help with augmented reality and physics

im trying to make a simple application with physics and augmented reality.

I want just display a logo above the marker and if i roll the marker the logo will fall from the marker.

But the logo collide s little high above the plane and doesn't fall from the plane when i roll the marker.

Code:
import viz

viz.go()
viz.phys.enable()   # Enable physics
viz.phys.setGravity(0,-9.8/6,0) #Half Gravity

#Add ARToolkit extension
ar = viz.add('artoolkit.dle')

#Create camera using first available webcam
camera = ar.addWebCamera()

#Create marker from pattern file
marker = camera.addMatrixMarker(10,width=1000)

#Ground
ground = viz.add('tut_ground.wrl')
ground.setScale(0.03,1,0.03)
ground.alpha(0)
ground.collidePlane() # Collide Plane
logo = viz.add('logo.wrl') # Add logo

viz.link(marker,ground)

logo.setScale(0.5,0.5,0.5)
logo.collideBox(bounce=1)
logo.add('box.wrl',alpha=.2,scale=logo.getBoundingBox(viz.REL_LOCAL).size)

def resetLogo():
	x,y,z = ground.getPosition()
	logo.setPosition([x,y+2,z])

vizact.onkeydown(" ",resetLogo)
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Old 06-12-2010, 04:26 PM
Jeff Jeff is offline
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Since the origin is taken from the camera location the physics interactions can be unexpected. If you set the marker to be a global marker you'll notice that the logo will fall and collide with the ground.
Code:
camera.setGlobalMarker(marker)
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