Chaotic Motion  1.0
ChaoticParticles Class Reference

Chaotic particles. More...

Inheritance diagram for ChaoticParticles:

Public Member Functions

override void Init ()
void UpdateParticles ()
 Updates the particles positions in world space. More...

Additional Inherited Members

- Public Attributes inherited from ChaoticSystem
const string NO_PARAM = "none"
float timeZoom = 1f
 Time scale (>0)
int selectedEqn
 Number of chaos system to evolve (w.r.t. ChaosFactory list)
int selectedParams
 Number of parameter bundle selected for evolution (per chaotic equation)
Vector3 evolveScale =
 Scale to apply to phyics evolution when mapping back to world space.
ParamBundle customParams = null
 Custom parameter values for evolution (valid only if selectedParams exceeds number of params listed in chaosEqn)
bool paramFoldout = false
 Editor foldout tab status.
bool speedFoldout = false
- Protected Member Functions inherited from ChaoticSystem
void TimeInit ()
int CalcNumSteps ()
- Protected Attributes inherited from ChaoticSystem
float physicsTime
float worldTime
float DT = 0.005f

Detailed Description

Chaotic particles.

Evolve particles using a selected chaotic evolution equation.

Evolution of the system is perfomed in "physics space" since each set of chaotic equations generally works in co-ordinates center on the origin. The script then adjusts the world position and scale based on the position attributes of the game object the script is a component of.

The initial positions are taken by taking the particle position relative to the transform of the game object. Any particle velocities are set to zero - since the evolution path is controlled by the chaotic system.

Definition at line 22 of file ChaoticParticles.cs.

Member Function Documentation

void ChaoticParticles.UpdateParticles ( )

Updates the particles positions in world space.

UpdateParticles is called from the GravityEngine. Do not call from other scripts.

Definition at line 291 of file ChaoticParticles.cs.

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