VEHICLE BANKING COEF

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Description

Constant: integer VEHICLE_BANKING_COEF = ?;

The integer constant VEHICLE_BANKING_COEF has the value ?

VEHICLE_BANKING_COEF, the angle of the roll rotation, and sometimes the vehicle's velocity along its preferred axis of motion. The VEHICLE_BANKING_COEF can vary between -1 and +1. When it is positive then any positive rotation (by the right-hand rule) about the roll-axis will effect a (negative) torque around the yaw-axis, making it turn to the right--that is the vehicle will lean into the turn, which is how real airplanes and motorcycle's work. Negating the banking coefficient will make it so that the vehicle leans to the outside of the turn (not very "physical" but might allow interesting vehicles so why not?).

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Constants

Constant Type Description
VEHICLE_ANGULAR_DEFLECTION_EFFICIENCY 32 float slider between 0 (no deflection) and 1 (maximum strength)
VEHICLE_ANGULAR_DEFLECTION_TIMESCALE 33 float exponential timescale for the vehicle to achieve full angular deflection
VEHICLE_ANGULAR_FRICTION_TIMESCALE 17 vector vector of timescales for exponential decay of angular velocity about the three vehicle axes
VEHICLE_ANGULAR_MOTOR_DECAY_TIMESCALE 35 float exponential timescale for the angular motor's effectiveness to decay toward zero
VEHICLE_ANGULAR_MOTOR_DIRECTION 19 vector angular velocity that the vehicle will try to achieve
VEHICLE_ANGULAR_MOTOR_TIMESCALE 34 float exponential timescale for the vehicle to achive its full angular motor velocity
VEHICLE_BANKING_EFFICIENCY 38 float slider between -1 (leans out of turns), 0 (no banking), and +1 (leans into turns)
VEHICLE_BANKING_MIX 39 float slider between 0 (static banking) and 1 (dynamic banking)
VEHICLE_BANKING_TIMESCALE 40 float exponential timescale for the banking behavior to take full effect
VEHICLE_BUOYANCY 27 float slider between -1 (double-gravity) and 1 (full anti-gravity)
VEHICLE_HOVER_HEIGHT 24 float height the vehicle will try to hover.
VEHICLE_HOVER_EFFICIENCY 25 float slider between 0 (bouncy) and 1 (critically damped) hover behavior
VEHICLE_HOVER_TIMESCALE 26 float period of time for the vehicle to achieve its hover height
VEHICLE_LINEAR_DEFLECTION_EFFICIENCY 28 float slider between 0 (no deflection) and 1 (maximum strength)
VEHICLE_LINEAR_DEFLECTION_TIMESCALE 29 float exponential timescale for the vehicle to redirect its velocity to be along its x-axis
VEHICLE_LINEAR_FRICTION_TIMESCALE 16 vector vector of timescales for exponential decay of linear velocity along the three vehicle axes
VEHICLE_LINEAR_MOTOR_DECAY_TIMESCALE 31 float exponential timescale for the linear motor's effectiveness to decay toward zero
VEHICLE_LINEAR_MOTOR_DIRECTION 18 vector linear velocity that the vehicle will try to achieve
VEHICLE_LINEAR_MOTOR_TIMESCALE 30 float exponential timescale for the vehicle to achive its full linear motor velocity
VEHICLE_LINEAR_MOTOR_OFFSET 20 vector offset from the center of mass of the vehicle where the linear motor is applied.
VEHICLE_REFERENCE_FRAME 44 rotation rotation of vehicle axes relative to local frame
VEHICLE_VERTICAL_ATTRACTION_EFFICIENCY 36 float slider between 0 (bouncy) and 1 (critically damped) attraction of vehicle z-axis to world z-axis (vertical)
VEHICLE_VERTICAL_ATTRACTION_TIMESCALE 37 float exponential timescale for the vehicle to align its z-axis to the world z-axis (vertical)

Functions

•  llSetVehicleFloatParam

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Signature

integer VEHICLE_BANKING_COEF = ?;