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Constructor

Phaser.Physics.P2. Body

new Body(game, sprite, x, y, mass)

The Physics Body is typically linked to a single Sprite and defines properties that determine how the physics body is simulated. These properties affect how the body reacts to forces, what forces it generates on itself (to simulate friction), and how it reacts to collisions in the scene. In most cases, the properties are used to simulate physical effects. Each body also has its own property values that determine exactly how it reacts to forces and collisions in the scene. By default a single Rectangle shape is added to the Body that matches the dimensions of the parent Sprite. See addShape, removeShape, clearShapes to add extra shapes around the Body. Note: When bound to a Sprite to avoid single-pixel jitters on mobile devices we strongly recommend using Sprite sizes that are even on both axis, i.e. 128x128 not 127x127. Note: When a game object is given a P2 body it has its anchor x/y set to 0.5, so it becomes centered.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
game Phaser.Game

Game reference to the currently running game.

sprite Phaser.Sprite <optional>

The Sprite object this physics body belongs to.

x number <optional>
0

The x coordinate of this Body.

y number <optional>
0

The y coordinate of this Body.

mass number <optional>
1

The default mass of this Body (0 = static).

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 23

Public Properties

<static> DYNAMIC : number

Dynamic body. Dynamic bodies body can move and respond to collisions and forces.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1289

<static> KINEMATIC : number

Kinematic body. Kinematic bodies only moves according to its .velocity, and does not respond to collisions or force.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1305

<static> STATIC : number

Static body. Static bodies do not move, and they do not respond to forces or collision.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1297

allowSleep : boolean

-

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1402

angle : number

The angle of the Body in degrees from its original orientation. Values from 0 to 180 represent clockwise rotation; values from 0 to -180 represent counterclockwise rotation. Values outside this range are added to or subtracted from 360 to obtain a value within the range. For example, the statement Body.angle = 450 is the same as Body.angle = 90. If you wish to work in radians instead of degrees use the property Body.rotation instead. Working in radians is faster as it doesn't have to convert values. The angle of this Body in degrees.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1425

angularDamping : number

Damping is specified as a value between 0 and 1, which is the proportion of velocity lost per second. The angular damping acting acting on the body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1449

angularForce : number

The angular force acting on the body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1470

angularVelocity : number

The angular velocity of the body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1490

collidesWith :array

Array of CollisionGroups that this Bodies shapes collide with.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 95

collideWorldBounds : boolean

A Body can be set to collide against the World bounds automatically if this is set to true. Otherwise it will leave the World. Note that this only applies if your World has bounds! The response to the collision should be managed via CollisionMaterials. Also note that when you set this it will only effect Body shapes that already exist. If you then add further shapes to your Body after setting this it will not proactively set them to collide with the bounds. Should the Body collide with the World bounds?

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1748

damping : number

Damping is specified as a value between 0 and 1, which is the proportion of velocity lost per second. The linear damping acting on the body in the velocity direction.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1510

<internal> data : p2.Body

The p2 Body data.

Internal:
  • This member is internal (protected) and may be modified or removed in the future.
Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 59

debug : boolean

Enable or disable debug drawing of this body

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1719

debugBody : Phaser.Physics.P2.BodyDebug

Reference to the debug body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 105

dynamic : boolean

Returns true if the Body is dynamic. Setting Body.dynamic to 'false' will make it static.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1340

fixedRotation : boolean

-

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1531

force : Phaser.Physics.P2.InversePointProxy

The force applied to the body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 71

game : Phaser.Game

Local reference to game.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 33

gravity : Phaser.Point

A locally applied gravity force to the Body. Applied directly before the world step. NOTE: Not currently implemented.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 76

[readonly] id : number

The Body ID. Each Body that has been added to the World has a unique ID.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1704

inertia : number

The inertia of the body around the Z axis..

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1554

kinematic : boolean

Returns true if the Body is kinematic. Setting Body.kinematic to 'false' will make it static.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1373

mass : number

-

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1574

motionState : number

The type of motion this body has. Should be one of: Body.STATIC (the body does not move), Body.DYNAMIC (body can move and respond to collisions) and Body.KINEMATIC (only moves according to its .velocity).

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1598

offset : Phaser.Point

The offset of the Physics Body from the Sprite x/y position.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 53

onBeginContact : Phaser.Signal

Dispatched when a first contact is created between shapes in two bodies. This event is fired during the step, so collision has already taken place. The event will be sent 4 parameters: The body it is in contact with, the shape from this body that caused the contact, the shape from the contact body and the contact equation data array.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 83

onEndContact : Phaser.Signal

Dispatched when contact ends between shapes in two bodies. This event is fired during the step, so collision has already taken place. The event will be sent 3 parameters: The body it is in contact with, the shape from this body that caused the contact and the shape from the contact body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 90

removeNextStep : boolean

To avoid deleting this body during a physics step, and causing all kinds of problems, set removeNextStep to true to have it removed in the next preUpdate.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 100

rotation : number

The angle of the Body in radians. If you wish to work in degrees instead of radians use the Body.angle property instead. Working in radians is faster as it doesn't have to convert values. The angle of this Body in radians.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1621

sleepSpeedLimit : number

.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1644

sprite : Phaser.Sprite

Reference to the parent Sprite.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 43

static : boolean

Returns true if the Body is static. Setting Body.static to 'false' will make it dynamic.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1307

type : number

The type of physics system this body belongs to.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 48

velocity : Phaser.Physics.P2.InversePointProxy

The velocity of the body. Set velocity.x to a negative value to move to the left, position to the right. velocity.y negative values move up, positive move down.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 66

world : Phaser.Physics.P2

Local reference to the P2 World.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 38

x : number

The x coordinate of this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1664

y : number

The y coordinate of this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1684

Public Methods

addCapsule(length, radius, offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Capsule}

Adds a Capsule shape to this Body. You can control the offset from the center of the body and the rotation.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
length number

The distance between the end points in pixels.

radius number

Radius of the capsule in pixels.

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Capsule -

The Capsule shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 919

addCircle(radius, offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Circle}

Adds a Circle shape to this Body. You can control the offset from the center of the body and the rotation.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
radius number

The radius of this circle (in pixels)

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Circle -

The Circle shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 828

addFixture(fixtureData) → {array}

Add a polygon fixture. This is used during #loadPolygon.

Parameters
Name Type Description
fixtureData string

The data for the fixture. It contains: isSensor, filter (collision) and the actual polygon shapes.

Returns
array -

An array containing the generated shapes for the given polygon.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1155

addLine(length, offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Line}

Adds a Line shape to this Body. The line shape is along the x direction, and stretches from [-length/2, 0] to [length/2,0]. You can control the offset from the center of the body and the rotation.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
length number

The length of this line (in pixels)

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Line -

The Line shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 899

addParticle(offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Particle}

Adds a Particle shape to this Body. You can control the offset from the center of the body and the rotation.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Particle -

The Particle shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 882

addPhaserPolygon(key, object)

Reads the shape data from a physics data file stored in the Game.Cache and adds it as a polygon to this Body. The shape data format is based on the custom phaser export in.

Parameters
Name Type Description
key string

The key of the Physics Data file as stored in Game.Cache.

object string

The key of the object within the Physics data file that you wish to load the shape data from.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1118

addPlane(offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Plane}

Adds a Plane shape to this Body. The plane is facing in the Y direction. You can control the offset from the center of the body and the rotation.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Plane -

The Plane shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 865

addPolygon(options, points) → {boolean}

Reads a polygon shape path, and assembles convex shapes from that and puts them at proper offset points. The shape must be simple and without holes. This function expects the x.y values to be given in pixels. If you want to provide them at p2 world scales then call Body.data.fromPolygon directly.

Parameters
Name Type Description
options object

An object containing the build options:

Properties
Name Type Argument Default Description
optimalDecomp boolean <optional>
false

Set to true if you need optimal decomposition. Warning: very slow for polygons with more than 10 vertices.

skipSimpleCheck boolean <optional>
false

Set to true if you already know that the path is not intersecting itself.

removeCollinearPoints boolean | number <optional>
false

Set to a number (angle threshold value) to remove collinear points, or false to keep all points.

points Array.<number> | number

An array of 2d vectors that form the convex or concave polygon. Either [[0,0], [0,1],...] or a flat array of numbers that will be interpreted as [x,y, x,y, ...], or the arguments passed can be flat x,y values e.g. setPolygon(options, x,y, x,y, x,y, ...) where x and y are numbers.

Returns
boolean -

True on success, else false.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 939

addRectangle(width, height, offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Rectangle}

Adds a Rectangle shape to this Body. You can control the offset from the center of the body and the rotation.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
width number

The width of the rectangle in pixels.

height number

The height of the rectangle in pixels.

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Rectangle -

The Rectangle shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 846

addShape(shape, offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Shape}

Add a shape to the body. You can pass a local transform when adding a shape, so that the shape gets an offset and an angle relative to the body center of mass. Will automatically update the mass properties and bounding radius.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
shape p2.Shape

The shape to add to the body.

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Shape -

The shape that was added to the body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 804

addToWorld()

Adds this physics body to the world.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 720

adjustCenterOfMass()

Moves the shape offsets so their center of mass becomes the body center of mass.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 395

applyDamping(dt)

Apply damping, see http://code.google.com/p/bullet/issues/detail?id=74 for details.

Parameters
Name Type Description
dt number

Current time step.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 406

applyForce(force, worldX, worldY)

Apply force to a world point. This could for example be a point on the RigidBody surface. Applying force this way will add to Body.force and Body.angularForce.

Parameters
Name Type Description
force Float32Array | Array

The force vector to add.

worldX number

The world x point to apply the force on.

worldY number

The world y point to apply the force on.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 418

clearCollision(clearGroup, clearMask, shape)

Clears the collision data from the shapes in this Body. Optionally clears Group and/or Mask.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
clearGroup boolean <optional>
true

Clear the collisionGroup value from the shape/s?

clearMask boolean <optional>
true

Clear the collisionMask value from the shape/s?

shape p2.Shape <optional>

An optional Shape. If not provided the collision data will be cleared from all Shapes in this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 295

clearShapes()

Removes all Shapes from this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 786

collides(group, callback, callbackContext, shape)

Adds the given CollisionGroup, or array of CollisionGroups, to the list of groups that this body will collide with and updates the collision masks.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
group Phaser.Physics.CollisionGroup | array

The Collision Group or Array of Collision Groups that this Bodies shapes will collide with.

callback function <optional>

Optional callback that will be triggered when this Body impacts with the given Group.

callbackContext object <optional>

The context under which the callback will be called.

shape p2.Shape <optional>

An optional Shape. If not provided the collision mask will be added to all Shapes in this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 340

createBodyCallback(object, callback, callbackContext)

Sets a callback to be fired any time a shape in this Body impacts with a shape in the given Body. The impact test is performed against body.id values. The callback will be sent 4 parameters: This body, the body that impacted, the Shape in this body and the shape in the impacting body. Note that the impact event happens after collision resolution, so it cannot be used to prevent a collision from happening. It also happens mid-step. So do not destroy a Body during this callback, instead set safeDestroy to true so it will be killed on the next preUpdate.

Parameters
Name Type Description
object Phaser.Sprite | Phaser.TileSprite | Phaser.Physics.P2.Body | p2.Body

The object to send impact events for.

callback function

The callback to fire on impact. Set to null to clear a previously set callback.

callbackContext object

The context under which the callback will fire.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 152

createGroupCallback(group, callback, callbackContext)

Sets a callback to be fired any time this Body impacts with the given Group. The impact test is performed against shape.collisionGroup values. The callback will be sent 4 parameters: This body, the body that impacted, the Shape in this body and the shape in the impacting body. This callback will only fire if this Body has been assigned a collision group. Note that the impact event happens after collision resolution, so it cannot be used to prevent a collision from happening. It also happens mid-step. So do not destroy a Body during this callback, instead set safeDestroy to true so it will be killed on the next preUpdate.

Parameters
Name Type Description
group Phaser.Physics.CollisionGroup

The Group to send impact events for.

callback function

The callback to fire on impact. Set to null to clear a previously set callback.

callbackContext object

The context under which the callback will fire.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 192

destroy()

Destroys this Body and all references it holds to other objects.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 759

getCollisionMask() → {number}

Gets the collision bitmask from the groups this body collides with.

Returns
number -

The bitmask.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 219

loadPolygon(key, object) → {boolean}

Reads the shape data from a physics data file stored in the Game.Cache and adds it as a polygon to this Body.

Parameters
Name Type Description
key string

The key of the Physics Data file as stored in Game.Cache.

object string

The key of the object within the Physics data file that you wish to load the shape data from.

Returns
boolean -

True on success, else false.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1227

moveBackward(speed)

Moves the Body backwards based on its current angle and the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should move backwards.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 545

moveDown(speed)

If this Body is dynamic then this will move it down by setting its y velocity to the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should move down, in pixels per second.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 635

moveForward(speed)

Moves the Body forwards based on its current angle and the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should move forwards.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 528

moveLeft(speed)

If this Body is dynamic then this will move it to the left by setting its x velocity to the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should move to the left, in pixels per second.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 596

moveRight(speed)

If this Body is dynamic then this will move it to the right by setting its x velocity to the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should move to the right, in pixels per second.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 609

moveUp(speed)

If this Body is dynamic then this will move it up by setting its y velocity to the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should move up, in pixels per second.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 622

<internal> postUpdate()

Internal method. This is called directly before the sprites are sent to the renderer and after the update function has finished.

Internal:
  • This member is internal (protected) and may be modified or removed in the future.
Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 664

<internal> preUpdate()

Internal method. This is called directly before the sprites are sent to the renderer and after the update function has finished.

Internal:
  • This member is internal (protected) and may be modified or removed in the future.
Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 648

removeFromWorld()

Removes this physics body from the world.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 745

removeShape(shape) → {boolean}

Remove a shape from the body. Will automatically update the mass properties and bounding radius.

Parameters
Name Type Description
shape p2.Circle | p2.Rectangle | p2.Plane | p2.Line | p2.Particle

The shape to remove from the body.

Returns
boolean -

True if the shape was found and removed, else false.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1005

reset(x, y, resetDamping, resetMass)

Resets the Body force, velocity (linear and angular) and rotation. Optionally resets damping and mass.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
x number

The new x position of the Body.

y number

The new x position of the Body.

resetDamping boolean <optional>
false

Resets the linear and angular damping.

resetMass boolean <optional>
false

Sets the Body mass back to 1.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 687

reverse(speed)

Applies a force to the Body that causes it to 'thrust' backwards (in reverse), based on its current angle and the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should reverse.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 579

rotateLeft(speed)

This will rotate the Body by the given speed to the left (counter-clockwise).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should rotate.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 504

rotateRight(speed)

This will rotate the Body by the given speed to the left (clockwise).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should rotate.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 516

setCircle(radius, offsetX, offsetY, rotation)

Clears any previously set shapes. Then creates a new Circle shape and adds it to this Body.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
radius number

The radius of this circle (in pixels)

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1021

setCollisionGroup(group, shape)

Sets the given CollisionGroup to be the collision group for all shapes in this Body, unless a shape is specified. This also resets the collisionMask.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
group Phaser.Physics.CollisionGroup

The Collision Group that this Bodies shapes will use.

shape p2.Shape <optional>

An optional Shape. If not provided the collision group will be added to all Shapes in this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 267

setMaterial(material, shape)

Adds the given Material to all Shapes that belong to this Body. If you only wish to apply it to a specific Shape in this Body then provide that as the 2nd parameter.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
material Phaser.Physics.P2.Material

The Material that will be applied.

shape p2.Shape <optional>

An optional Shape. If not provided the Material will be added to all Shapes in this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1080

setRectangle(width, height, offsetX, offsetY, rotation) → {p2.Rectangle}

Clears any previously set shapes. The creates a new Rectangle shape at the given size and offset, and adds it to this Body. If you wish to create a Rectangle to match the size of a Sprite or Image see Body.setRectangleFromSprite.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Default Description
width number <optional>
16

The width of the rectangle in pixels.

height number <optional>
16

The height of the rectangle in pixels.

offsetX number <optional>
0

Local horizontal offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

offsetY number <optional>
0

Local vertical offset of the shape relative to the body center of mass.

rotation number <optional>
0

Local rotation of the shape relative to the body center of mass, specified in radians.

Returns
p2.Rectangle -

The Rectangle shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1038

setRectangleFromSprite(sprite) → {p2.Rectangle}

Clears any previously set shapes. Then creates a Rectangle shape sized to match the dimensions and orientation of the Sprite given. If no Sprite is given it defaults to using the parent of this Body.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
sprite Phaser.Sprite | Phaser.Image <optional>

The Sprite on which the Rectangle will get its dimensions.

Returns
p2.Rectangle -

The Rectangle shape that was added to the Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1061

setZeroDamping()

Sets the Body damping and angularDamping to zero.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 466

setZeroForce()

Sets the force on the body to zero.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 432

setZeroRotation()

If this Body is dynamic then this will zero its angular velocity.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 443

setZeroVelocity()

If this Body is dynamic then this will zero its velocity on both axis.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 454

shapeChanged()

Updates the debug draw if any body shapes change.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 1104

thrust(speed)

Applies a force to the Body that causes it to 'thrust' forwards, based on its current angle and the given speed. The speed is represented in pixels per second. So a value of 100 would move 100 pixels in 1 second (1000ms).

Parameters
Name Type Description
speed number

The speed at which it should thrust.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 562

toLocalFrame(out, worldPoint)

Transform a world point to local body frame.

Parameters
Name Type Description
out Float32Array | Array

The vector to store the result in.

worldPoint Float32Array | Array

The input world vector.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 478

toWorldFrame(out, localPoint)

Transform a local point to world frame.

Parameters
Name Type Description
out Array

The vector to store the result in.

localPoint Array

The input local vector.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 491

updateCollisionMask(shape)

Updates the collisionMask.

Parameters
Name Type Argument Description
shape p2.Shape <optional>

An optional Shape. If not provided the collision group will be added to all Shapes in this Body.

Source code: physics/p2/Body.js, line 243