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  • Hey Alan!

    Awesome lens, seems the best way still is using your own network (Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc) to get the word out. I would consider tagging Basketball related users, hashtags, etc. for the random chance a popular athlete, fan, or announcer sees it and use your lens!

    Do you have a Twitter? Post there and I'll be sure to retweet it.

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  • Thanks for the advice - will give it a shot and definitely let you know when it's on Twitter, cheers!

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  • Looking great lens I am also working on the similar type of basket ball shoes lens here you can see it.

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  • May I trouble you to give some advice please?

    Are you using a script like this?

    It's difficult for me.

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  • We did use the Cannon.js physics library and understand your frustration because there wasn't an easy way to visualise the physics bodies so we ended up having to trial and error for ages

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  • Thank you so much Alan! have my respect.

    I don't know if I can do it, but I will try. 

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