unreal.ConeConstraint

class unreal.ConeConstraint

Bases: unreal.ConstraintBaseParams

Cone constraint

C++ Source:

  • Module: Engine
  • File: ConstraintTypes.h

Editor Properties: (see get_editor_property/set_editor_property)

  • contact_distance (float): [Read-Write] Determines how close to the limit we have to get before turning the joint on. Larger value will be more expensive, but will do a better job not violating constraints. A smaller value will be more efficient, but easier to violate.
  • damping (float): [Read-Write] Damping of the soft constraint. Only used when Soft Constraint is on.
  • restitution (float): [Read-Write] Controls the amount of bounce when the constraint is violated. A restitution value of 1 will bounce back with the same velocity the limit was hit. A value of 0 will stop dead.
  • soft_constraint (bool): [Read-Write] Whether we want to use a soft constraint (spring).
  • stiffness (float): [Read-Write] Stiffness of the soft constraint. Only used when Soft Constraint is on.
  • swing1_limit_degrees (float): [Read-Write] Angle of movement along the XY plane. This defines the first symmetric angle of the cone.
  • swing1_motion (AngularConstraintMotion): [Read-Write] Indicates whether the Swing1 limit is used.
  • swing2_limit_degrees (float): [Read-Write] Angle of movement along the XZ plane. This defines the second symmetric angle of the cone.
  • swing2_motion (AngularConstraintMotion): [Read-Write] Indicates whether the Swing2 limit is used.