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Physics thingy

Post by Robin » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:39 pm

A small physics thingy, with several different elements:
  • Small, light blocks
  • A cross, larger and heavier than the blocks, made from two shapes
  • A triangle, very heavy with a lot of rotational inertia as well
  • A slightly larger block, which has two times the volume, twelve times the weight and one half of the rotational inertia of the other blocks
  • A snake, six bodies joined with RevoluteJoints
Controls:
  • Left mouse button, drag and release: apply an impulse on a body. The further you drag and the shorter the time that passes before releasing, the higher the impulse.
  • Right mouse button, hold: apply torque on a body. The longer you hold, the more torque.
  • Space, hold: pause
  • Left shift, hold: slow motion
Have fun! :awesome:
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Re: Physics thingy

Post by kikito » Fri Aug 06, 2010 5:06 pm

Nice.

May I suggest adding:
When I write def I mean function.

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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Xkeeper » Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:40 am

Definitely needs some walls and maybe some gravity.

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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Robin » Sat Aug 07, 2010 6:45 am

Xkeeper wrote:Definitely needs some walls and maybe some gravity.
It already has gravity! :P
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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Robin » Mon Aug 09, 2010 8:47 am

New version time!

New key controls: left and right.

On the right, the following new objects appear:
  • 2 (two) walls, containing:
  • 3 (three) bouncy balls.
On the left, the following new object appears:
  • A launcher, which is not a static object. Try dropping something on it.
You have the following new power at your disposal:
  • Click. You can now move any non-static object directly with your mouse. Click again to release.
Have fun!
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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Tesselode » Mon Aug 09, 2010 2:33 pm

Are you sure this isn't an old version or something? I don't see any bouncy balls and I can't move anything directly.

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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Robin » Mon Aug 09, 2010 3:37 pm

Tesselode wrote:Are you sure this isn't an old version or something? I don't see any bouncy balls and I can't move anything directly.
No, it's the new version. As I said in the post: try left and right to see the new objects. To move objects directly, click on it.
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Re: Physics thingy

Post by pekka » Mon Aug 09, 2010 3:59 pm

Robin should be commended for putting lines on his balls. We can now easily see which way they rotate. :awesome:

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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Tesselode » Mon Aug 09, 2010 4:23 pm

Robin wrote:
Tesselode wrote:Are you sure this isn't an old version or something? I don't see any bouncy balls and I can't move anything directly.
No, it's the new version. As I said in the post: try left and right to see the new objects. To move objects directly, click on it.
Ah, got it.

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Re: Physics thingy

Post by Robin » Mon Aug 09, 2010 5:36 pm

pekka wrote:Robin should be commended for putting lines on his balls. We can now easily see which way they rotate. :awesome:
Credits go to my brother, who wanted to see them rotate. :3
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