Arkwood held his police records aloft and said, ‘Every action has a reaction.’
I threw my chopsticks in the air, ‘Of course!’
I cranked open my C++ Microsoft Visual Studio application (with OpenGL graphics library and the Oculus SDK for Windows) and added some bounce to my ball.
Here’s a video of the large red ball bouncing on a table in my virtual world:
I have recently published an Alexa Skill for the Raspberry Pi called “Pi Spy”. It allows you to ask about the GPIO header pins and the location of specific GPIO numbers. It will also tell you when a particular Raspberry Pi model was released.
Time to add some physics to my virtual world.
I installed Bullet Real-Time Physics Simulation, using CMake to target Visual Studio 2015 Win64 and then building the BULLET_PHYSICS.sln to spit out 64-bit libs for my app.