I’m asking for advice on how to break into Omniverse. The sheer volume of stuff is bewildering. Perhaps someone can offer some suggestions?
To make my problem specific I will present a specific problem I have. Maybe that will offer enough context that someone can offer useful advice? Here’s a problem:
- Load a newly-scanned object. I can present the object as a triangulation, or a convex hull, or a point-cloud, or whatever is needed.
- Drop the object onto a pile of such objects - at a ‘location’ of my devising. (I will run my own algorithm to decide where the object should be dropped. I can compute the resting orientation of the object offline also if that is needed.)
- Visualize the result.
- Repeat at will.
I don’t need collaboration with someone from Singapore. I don’t need multi-layer editing of the result: indeed I don’t need hand-editing of the results at all. I would be happy with very simple materials properties to start, then I will refine them as I go.
Do I need Omniverse? Can I run Kit only? Should I do this in PhysX exclusively? What should be the UI I use to put my cycle together? Help?