How to really scale the World?

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How to really scale the World?

Postby Europa » Fri May 05, 2017 3:07 pm

I think I dont understand how the world scale behaves.

I am almost a beginner. I was working on a simple gimbal design to train myself about how the msphysics work where I used milimeters and my model was relatively small. Trying the joints, springs (especially this one is very very tricky) I was almost going crazy as the system I designed behaved unpredictable. As a beginner, first I thought I was doing mistakes but then I realized that my model was too small so after reading Anton's wiki I played with World Scale and increased it but still I can't get it work properly. If I draw my model scale from mm to cm then it works somehow.

So my question is what is the scale of the "World Scale"? It seem very relative. I dont know how to use it. How will I know how much I have to increase to match up the 1:1 world physics of my milimeter.


Re: How to really scale the World?

Postby Anton_S » Fri May 05, 2017 8:16 pm

That's an issues of MSPhysics and it will be fixed in version 1.0.0. I already made some descent improvements to world scale. So, once it's released it should be working all well.

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