My company started offering a free download of the Havok Behavior Tool on http://www.havok.com/tryhavok. We also uploaded several How To videos on Youtube of how to use the tool to accomplish some basic things. You can check out the videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/HavokBehavior
I also linked some of the videos here:
Havok and Intel are sponsoring a competition for best use of Physics in a video game and best knowledge base Physics entry. I will be one of the judges of the competition.
You can check the competition here and the judges page is linked here. Here are more details on the two categories of the competition:
Category 1: Most Innovative Use of Physics in a Game. Your entry must be a playable PC game demo that includes new or unique uses of Havok technology. We’re looking for new ways for the player to interact with the game through physics, showing different uses of physics than what can be found in PC games today. This can be a FPS, sports game, casual game, or any other type of game.
Category 2: Best Physics Knowledge Base Entry. We’re looking for the best contributions that can benefit the game developer community. This can be a code sample, optimization tip, technical whitepaper, a technical abstract of your demo, or any other technical content that shares your knowledge of game physics with the community.