Is there a way or a widget in Muse, allowing the objects and images to react with each other?

Hello. I would make both objects or images imported into Muse react with each other. When I say react, think of a ball bouncing off a wall or a pool ball hitting a bunch of other billiard balls. I searched for a widget that might allow cela and couldn't find one. Is this something that can do Muse, or should I look for something else... edge or the interaction of coding? Thank you.


You can do using the edge, then publish it in the "animated dashboard deployment package", ".oam".

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