This connection allows the energy from one object to be transferred to another via a spring which acts as a harmonic oscillator.
The 'spring connection can be created using the following Lisp syntax:
(make-connection 'spring acc_ref1 acc_ref2 stiffness_ctl freq-loss const-loss weight)
The 'spring connection takes six arguments:
Note the two accesses can optionally be on the same object, instead of different objects!
The parameters for stiffness, freq-loss and const-loss are all controllers. See the General Object information section for a discussion of these parameters.
The weight controller is optional. If not provided, it defaults to 1.
This connection allows the energy from one object to be transferred to another via matched impedance. It will create a harmonic oscillator of appropriate weight between the two accesses. It is an interesting alternative to the 'adhere connection.
There are no special options for this connection.