has published a video on their official YouTube channel, which is supposed to showcase some features of the upcoming "next-gen" version
of their Havok Physics engine.
Video reveals some performance metrics comparison between current Physics 2012
release and upcoming Physics 2013
(lower is better)
|Physics 2012||Physics 2013|
|Overall||74.364 ms||14.070 ms|
|BroadPhase||44.379 ms||3.002 ms|
|NarrowPhase||15.759 ms||8.860 ms|
|Solver||12.737 ms||4.424 ms|
We expect more information to be relased at GDC 2013, just in a few days.