[osg-users] osgAnimation Help
ugraserdogan at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 28 07:57:24 PDT 2009
Thanks for your replies Alberto, I'll take a look at the bundled examples and contact with Cedric Pinson for the IK issue...
From: Alberto Luaces <aluaces at udc.es>
To: OpenSceneGraph Users <osg-users at lists.openscenegraph.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 28, 2009 4:31:23 PM
Subject: Re: [osg-users] osgAnimation Help
El Sábado 28 Marzo 2009ES 13:20:44 Ugras Erdogan escribió:
> Dear all,
> I've been trying to perform a skeletal based animation for a mesh
> model and rather new to osgAnimation nodekit.
> 1) Is it possible with
> osgAnimation toolkit? Or should I refer to osgCal wrapper?
Yes, you can do it with osgAnimation.
> 2) Should I
> prepare the bone hierarchy and attach it to the mesh model in a software
> (skinning) such as 3DS max and then import in osg or all these can be
> readily done in osg?
You can do it in both ways..
> 3) If the above procedures can readily be done via
> osgAnimation, what is the deformation rule for the models ie. how do the
> inverse kinematics are calculated? And for the deformations while animation
> is it just enough to control the bone positions?
I think IK is not implemented yet. Cedric Pinson can tell you more about this.
As for the deformations, they are calculated with the weights of the mesh plus
the bone transformations.
> 4) Is there any good
> tutorial on the subject besides the bundled osg codes for a new starter in
> osgAnimation nodekit I'll be very pleased if you reply...
I'm afraid this is the only documentation available, in addition to the
doxygen guides. However I must say that the osgAnimation examples are very
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