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[ REPOST ] How to get SIMPLE car deformation physics?

Ive reposted this same question like over 4 times now, here is the video to what i am exactly talking about

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqpsNawTN9k

im sure its nothing extra complicated, the rules are the body has to deform when hit by any rigid body via material settings.

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asked Jan 08 '18 at 11:36 AM in Using UE4

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Just world position offset driven from the hit location vector. you can do this with render targets very easily, just set up a render target and set a vector for hit uv, and set a vector for the impact vector, and feed that into world position offset

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answered May 04 '18 at 08:04 PM

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avatar image porckchop Nov 30 '18 at 01:59 PM

has anyone done this and can you post some picks on how you did it. It would be greatly appreciated.

avatar image Deygus Jan 30 '19 at 03:13 PM

I haven't tried it yet but it's something I too am interested to the point that I have been looking into trying to figure and understand it further so that I can build a basic system for it.

You might want to go take a look at this https://gumroad.com/l/EDtXz which is where I am at as of now that might help although he says you have to credit him if used and it's incomplete and definitely not optimized or fully working. However, it will give you a better understanding of things and how it all works.

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