This isn’t related to vertex weights or entire-object weights, physics/aerodynamics.
I would like some assistance with creating a library of real life materials with their real life properties, which includes heat/cold tolerance, and electrical conductivity, magnetism, and various other chemical properties. Only the basic stuff, that is - The elements, and a few algorithms for creating compounds/mixtures/alloys. If someone is actually competent, they’d be willing to look into the library and add whatever they need based on real world data.
Volume + Material based weight, strength, heat/cold tolerance, etc.
Why? Because I would like to see a FREE realistic physics simulator for the engineers and chemists out there. Something with REAL commercial value – There are only so many gamers in the world. Why not allow the people who make real life objects to use a free program for their own hobbies?
Personally, I would like to design a “Powered Armor” with some chances of actually working.
Anybody willing to help out?