Tutorials for users that installed the IRRLICHT module.
Note that the Chrono installation guide already explain how to install the IRRLICHT module, as it is the default visualization system.
These are among the most important examples for learning Chrono::Engine.
The simpliest Irrlicht example: the skeleton of a slider-crank mechanism.
Create a four bar linkage and display it with simple lines
Learn how to setup collisions in Chrono::Engine with this introductory example
Simulate collisions between a wrecking ball and a wall
Simulate articulated pendulums that interact with a force field
Create a transmission made of pulleys, spur gears, bevel gears.
Create a robot with omnidirectional wheels; learn coordinate transformations
Learn how to enable rolling and spinning friction
Create a very simplified vehicle model with suspensions
Simulate a vehicle with tracks interacting with obstacles, and that can be driven by the user
Learn how the assets system can be used to show 3D shapes
Advanced demo: create a forklift that can be driven by the user