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Adjust Algodoo's refresh rate to your computer

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Author: BluGain

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Filesize: 64.04 kB

Date added: 2009-12-19

Rating: 6.5

Downloads: 1153

Views: 2336

Comments: 12

Ratings: 7

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo before v1.8.5

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This scene can adjust the speed and the accuracy of algodoo. For common users this two things mainly depend on refresh frequency. Low freq. means high speed but rough accuracy. At High freq. your computer takes more calculations per each "algodoo second". This means fewer mistakes and more precise motion and collision. That's why you can notice some lagg in this case.

You can build this in any of your scenes, letting people adjust algodoo to their computer's speed.:)
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that still doesn't change the frequency on which lasers are calculated(your monitor's refresh rate)
Algodoo :tdown:

But still a really nice machine.
BTW, RA2lover, what happened to your anti-Algodoo device? I don't see it on here...
it will be an great project, IF IT WORKS )
why making a complicated scene when we can adjust sim.frequency within a second in the console?
i made a much simpler machine to do this
tip:
use two k-probes and it has only 2 moving objects
KarateBot - Since many beeginner users have no idea what "console" is. This is very simple thing just pressing Z and X and you can have speeed or accuracy in any of your other scenes:)
The "important" message is dangerous. if you adjust the frequency and don't set it back to 100Hz every simulation you play back will be wrong or in the worst case won't work just btw.
Wow. That is COOL (but because I don't have Algodoo I can't download or run so I won't rate.

Awesome concept! :)
It works on my computer, and it changes algodoo"s frequency, NOT the monitor's!<_< The other thing is that there are lots of people who don't know, how to change the frequency (even if it is easy with console).
Last edited at 2009/12/23 14:15:45 by BluGain
you didn't understand RA2lover. he wasn't talking about changing the monitor's refreshing rate.
he said: although you change algodoo's frequency the frequency of the lasers won't change which is the refreshing rate of your monitor.
Oh I'm sorry. Still intermediate in English, and beginner in thyme :) . Thanks for your help.
Good, but where's the instructions. I know most people would know to check the hinge, but instructions would be nice. By the way, I used this in a unpublished scene to stabilize a digital readout and it worked out well, eliminating the need for a low pass filter which I had already coded.
Last edited at 2010/04/13 00:01:43 by s_noonan