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Using the same roadway you used in the previous project, delete the model you used earlier, click on the Models ribbon and select another model by clicking on it. Click on the Main screen at the beginning of the roadway. Click again in the middle of the roadway, and click again at the end of the roadway, and end the draw mode by right clicking or hitting the ESC key.
The top time line is for the first segment, and the bottom timeline is for the second segment. In the Initial Velocity box of the top timeline, type in 45, and in the Final Velocity box, type in This sets the start speed to 45 miles per hour, and the end speed to 45 miles per hour, for that segment. In the Initial Velocity box of the bottom timeline, type in 45, and in the Final Velocity box, type in 0.
This sets the start speed to 45 miles per hour, and the end speed to 0 miles per hour, for that bottom segment. Click on the last vehicle position and rotate it slightly. Click on the Animation ribbon and then click Start button.
The animation will now play and your vehicle will proceed down the road at 45 miles per hour constant speed for the first segment, and slow from 45 miles per to 0 miles per hour during the second segment.
The vehicle will rotate slightly during the second segment, as if it were skidding. This will allow the model to create its own skid marks as it goes through it second segment. Play the animation again and notice the skid marks being created during the second segment. Project 15 Single vehicle, single speed, single segment curved animation 1.
Draw a curved roadway with a foot cord, and a 30 foot middle ordinate, with one lane in each direction and a center double divider line. In the Draw ribbon, select the Arc tool, and draw one arc, with a foot cord and a 30 foot middle ordinate, and add a parallel at 12 and 24 feet. Click on the Main screen once at the beginning of your roadway and click again at the end of your roadway and right click and select Finish Draw Mode.
You will also notice that the animation path is straight and not curved like the roadway is. Drag those green grips so that the path is in the center of the right line of the curved roadway. By moving these green grips, you can create just about any curvilinear path as needed. Now Click on the Animation ribbon, and the Start button. The animation will now play and your vehicle will proceed down the road at 45 miles per hour constant speed, and will travel along the curved path in the center of the right lane.
Project 16 Multi-segment, multi speed animation with straight and curved segments 1. Open the program and go to a top down, 2D view. Using Aras Earth, choose a location in a city to create an animation.
Construct an animation of a vehicle doing the following: First segment will be a constant speed 40 miles per hour approaching the intersection. The next segment will be the vehicle slowing from 40 miles per hour to 20 miles per hour before entering the intersection. The next segment will be the vehicle entering the intersection at 20 miles per hour, and continuing to the end of the intersection at 20 miles per hour.
The next segment will be the vehicle accelerating from 20 miles per hour up to 40 miles per hour out to the intersection. And the final segment will be the vehicle back at a constant speed of 40 miles per hour. Play the animation and the vehicle will travel through the scene at the specified speeds along the specified segments.
Project 17 Rolling a vehicle during an animation 1. Click on the Main screen once at the beginning of your roadway in the right lane, click again near the middle of the roadway and along the opposite road edge, and click again off the opposite road edge, and click one more time further along the path off the roadway.
This will produce four vehicle positions with three animation segments.
For the first animation segment, set the start speed at 65 miles per hour and the end speed at 50 miles per hour. For the second animation segment, set the start speed at 50 miles per hour and the end speed at 35 miles per hour. For the third and final animation segment, set the start speed at 35 miles per hour, and the end speed at 0 miles per hour. Adjust the animation paths as shown below. This will have the vehicle losing control, going into a yaw, striking the road edge curb and flipping over on to its roof, and sliding on its roof to a stop.
Click on the second animation segment to activate it and then click on Advanced Animation Properties on the left Properties Panel. Set the Final Roll at This will allow the vehicle to start the segment on its wheels, then roll over degrees on to its roof. Click on the third animation segment to activate it and then click on the Advanced Animation Properties on the left Properties Panel.
Set the Initial Roll to and the Final Roll to This will allow the vehicle to continue on its roof, and come to a stop, still on its roof. Play the animation a view from several different 2D and 3D angles. Create the 3D Total Terrain surface first, then create the animation on that 3D surface. Project 19 Animations with 2 vehicles crashing together 1. Open the program and create a diagram with two intersecting streets.
You can do this by importing measurements, importing an Aras Earth photo, or simply draw an intersection from scratch. View your diagram from top down 2D view.
Choose a vehicle from the Models ribbon, and create an animation path with two segments. Place the vehicle where you want it to come from, where you want it to impact the other vehicle, and where you want it to come to rest.
The first segment will be the vehicle from where it is coming from and ending at impact. The second segment will be from impact to rest. Set the speed of this vehicle at 40 miles per hour at the start of the first segment, and 40 miles per hour at the end of the first segment.
There will be a 10 mile per hour speed loss during this impact, so for the second segment, set the speed at 30 miles per hour at the start of the second segment and 0 miles per hour at the end of the second segment.
Also, set a sync position, for this vehicle. In the Sync column of the second time line, set it to 1. This will allow the vehicle to get to the impact point at the same instant the other vehicle gets there, no matter what the speed or distance is. Now add a second vehicle. Choose a vehicle from the Models ribbon and click where you want it to come from, click again where you want it to impact, and click where you want it to come to rest. Set the speeds the same as you did for the other vehicle, and be sure to set the sync position to 1, the same as the other vehicle.
This will insure these two vehicles will arrive at impact at the right instant. Zoom in and refine the impact positions as needed. Using the animation from the previous exercise, add a third vehicle into the mix. Make this third vehicle crash into one of the other vehicles after it exits the first crash impact area.
To set this up, choose another vehicle from the Models ribbon.
Click where you want it to come from, click again where you want it to impact one of the other vehicles, and click again where you want it to come to rest. Set the speeds as you did in the other two vehicles, and be sure to set the second sync position as 2, as this will be the second crash.
Add another segment third to the vehicle you are crashing this new vehicle into, and set the sync position for this vehicle as 2 also. To add another segment, click on the last animation path, right click, and select Add Position This will allow all three vehicles to move into the crash sequence and crash at the proper instants.
Play the animation and view from several 2D and 3D angles. You will also use the Momentum tool to calculate the speeds you will use in each of the animation segments.
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Don't get directly involved in any fight, let alone start one, as the Trapper is not made to be offensive. Instead, its power lies behind the help of teammates. For example, in a situation where two tanks are fighting it out, set up Traps behind. This will make it difficult for the enemy to escape as: The Traps will heavily damage the player and the ally finishes them off; the enemy gets killed by the Traps if on low health; the enemy has nowhere to go and gets killed by the ally.
Seeing that the player can move through their own Traps and enemies can't, constantly move in and out of Traps while setting more up to bait enemies into coming closer. Against the Trapper The Trapper's main disadvantage is its low rate of fire and bullet speed, so high DPS tanks like the Penta Shot can overwhelm and destroy the Traps and proceed to kill the Trapper.