Comments and answers for "Car Steering Relative to Car Speed"
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The latest comments and answers for the question "Car Steering Relative to Car Speed"Answer by Symyon
http://answers.unity.com/answers/389318/view.html
So basically you want from an input (speed) get an output (steering angle coeficient) and that the output is inverse proportional to the input.
So for *x* = speed, what is *f(x)* = steering_angle_ coefficient.
The answer is: *f(x) = a * 1/x*, where a can be any constant for which the steering seems OK. This f(x) then can be multiplied with the standard steering you get.
Example: lets say the *a* we picked is 30.
For speed of 1 the steering angle coefficient is: *f(1)* = 30
For speed of 10 the steering angle coefficient is: *f(10)* = 3
About the JCar, I'm not familiar with, but it shouldn't be hard to multiply the final value of the steering angle with the coefficient shown above.Mon, 28 Jan 2013 13:48:37 GMTSymyonAnswer by WindyBut
http://answers.unity.com/answers/389332/view.html
I wish I could help you more with this but I am only just learn myself. But if you go here:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAEpLX3rfms&list=UU3H-n_qgipIYB5bJKjlKUIg&index=9
It may go some way to help you out.Mon, 28 Jan 2013 13:48:25 GMTWindyBut