Okay, so as can be seen in the Gif below I have a scene in which I am trying to recreate a game like the “Tipping Point” game-show. The scene is made up of:
- One box object with a collider to make up the backboard
- A number of cylinder object each with a collider to make the pegs
- One box object with collider and transparent material to make up front screen.
- A number of box objects with colliders to create the board and zone edges
- A box object with a collider and a script containing a mathf.pingpong function to make up the moving top shelf
- A box object with a collider to make up the static bottom shelf
- The Tokens, which are made with a pro-builder cylinder and collider and have a script which uses the addtorque and the addforce functions
The problem is, as shown in the gif below, as when the token drops and hits the lower shelf it simply phases through the shelf, along with the rear-most one which begin on the top shelf. I don’t understand why the physics of this is having a problem. When I turn off the script which moves the top shelf the token falls and rests on the shelf with no phasing problem, so I can be sure that it has something to do with the moving platform. is there a better way to achieve the movement of the shelf which allows for better physics calculations?
Unity Object “Phasing” Glitch Gif - link:Unity3D Object "Phasing" issue - Album on Imgur
Thank you all in advance, I look forward to any help at all.