This test demonstrates various GImpactCollisionShapes colliding against two identical curved surfaces. The
left surface is a MeshCollisionShape, right surface is another GImpactCollisionShape. An ideal result is
for all objects to land and change to a blue colored mesh indicating they are inactive. Falling through the
floor, or never going inactive (bouncing forever) are failure conditions.
Observations as of June 2019 (JME v3.3.0-alpha2):
With default starting parameters, Native Bullet should pass the test parameters above. JBullet fails due to
the rocket/MeshCollisionShape never going inactive.
Native Bullet behaves better than JBullet. JBullet sometimes allows objects to "gain too much energy" after
a collision, such as the rocket or teapot. Native also does this, to a lesser degree. This generally
appears to happen at larger object scales.
JBullet allows some objects to get "stuck" inside the floor, which usually results in a fall-through
eventually, generally a larger scales for this test.
Some shapes such as PQTorus and signpost never go inactive at larger scales for both Native and JBullet (test
at 1.5 and 1.9 scale)