Is it possible to get the file of New FEM/Mass-spring deformable simulation?

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SP0613
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Is it possible to get the file of New FEM/Mass-spring deformable simulation?

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Hi everyone, I am new to pybullet.
I am using pybullet to simulate a soft body and want to pick it up.
I saw this video some time ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2e0_MSnu_Q
In my opinion, these two examples are very worthy of my study.
So, I would like to know where I can get the demo files for the two examples(as the images shown blew) in the first 40 seconds of the video.

Thanks so much,

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Re: Is it possible to get the file of New FEM/Mass-spring deformable simulation?

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In the video description are links to python and C++ examples. Start by looking at the deformable pybullet examples in the code repository?

https://github.com/bulletphysics/bullet ... t/examples
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Re: Is it possible to get the file of New FEM/Mass-spring deformable simulation?

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In fact, I checked them all. Since I only need to use Python, I checked all the .py files in the example folder. In addition, I have also made some attempts by myself, and now I have encountered some problems, and the performance of the pictures I mentioned above is exactly what I want, so I would like to ask if I can get relevant files for learning.

On the other hand, it is time-consuming to learn Pybullet simply by reading tutorial documents. For example, I want to achieve a certain function, but I don't know if there is a corresponding command that allows me to achieve my goal easily. In the tutorial documentation, some descriptions of commands confuse me, especially the commands with a large number of parameters. I need to try specific commands or parameters bit by bit to determine whether they are useful.

So I really want to get the relevant files to study, thank you!
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