The SANDBOX keyword requires an auxiliary input file rbdata and produces an output visualization file sandout.xyz. The coords file is read in the normal angle-axis fashion: for rigid bodies, the first lines are positions and the second lines are the corresponding angle-axis rotations.
The SANDBOX potential generates a unary or -ary mixture of rigid bodies (``molecules'') composed of sites. Each site has a molecule-frame position and orientation. The orientation in the molecule frame is specified by an angle-axis rotation. Each site also has an interaction class that specifies how it interacts with sites in other molecules. These interactions are specified in an interaction matrix. A site of interaction class interacts with a site of interaction class according to the -th element of the interaction matrix. This element of the matrix specifies a potential (e.g., LJ, dipole, etc.) and the appropriate parameters (e.g., energy and length scales, dipole strength, etc.).