aframe-physics-system - Physics system for A-Frame VR, built on CANNON.js.

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Components for A-Frame physics integration, built on CANNON.js. bundle.js may then be included in your page. See here for a better introduction to Browserify.

https://github.com/donmccurdy/aframe-physics-system#readme

Dependencies:

cannon : github:donmccurdy/cannon.js#v0.6.2-dev1
three-to-cannon : ^1.3.0
webworkify : ^1.4.0

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