I need a software capable of simulating the physics of a car going off a ramp. This is a stunt that I will be attempting and looks like the following:
A car, going off a curved ramp, doing a barrel roll, and landing on its wheels (right side up)
I have been provided with a model of the car that will be performing stunt, but I need to create the ramp. The following are the requirements needed for this stunt:
- The car must reach a peak altitude of 15 ft
- The car must do a single barrel roll while in the air
- The car must be going 150mph when it reaches the ramp
Before actually performing the stunt, i would like to simulate it to make sure my team has a high chance of not destroying the car.
I have tried to use Autodesk Maya, Blender, and Unity 3D to simulate this stunt and i have run into a problem: these programs use proprietary units of measurement (Speed is 27.02 instead of 150 mph) so i have no way of knowing what is the actual speed of the car (27.02 might convert to 137.8324 mph in reality).
My question is: Is there a program which can simulate 3D physics that have gravity, speed, and other vectors that could have inputs in imperial or metric formats?