Incredible Physics Engine Yields Some Seriously Jaw-Dropping Dirt

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A column of dirt slamming down onto some steps. A sheet of fabric slipping off a sphere. Some water sloshing against a wall. In the real world: pretty unremarkable physics. When produced with the Lagoa Multiphysics engine: jaw-droppingly amazing physics.


Version 1.0 of the engine was recently completed by Thiago Costa and allows control of:

- High friction granular materials
- Incompressible fluids
- Elastic structures
- Plastic deformations & more...


I'm not gonna act like I know too much about the intricacies of physics engines, but I do know that THAT'S SOME VERY REALISTIC DIRT. [Red Motion via CrunchGear]