This is a sandbox for simulating two-dimensional particle physics. It is not intended to be physically accurate to any standard, instead it is best used for interactive entertainment.
View the live example.
- Add bin menu
- Add physics and appearance settings presets
- Add simulation presets
- Fix selections
- Improve Gui binding
- Simulation pause/play/speed
- Multiple integrators
- Pan, zoom, grab(?) tools
- Color controller UI
- Vector controller UI
- Preserve selection/following on merge
- Inelastic collisions (sticky)
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Store user settings in LocalStorage
- Look into using Web Workers for collider
- Look into using Polymer
- Use Object.observe() for Controller value watching
- Selection polygons
Clone the repository and run
npm install in the project directory to install
Use the command
npm run bundle or
npm run watch to build all changes or
watch and rebuild as changes are made, respectively.
index.html in a browser (Chrome is recommended). No development server is
necessary, but there is certainly no harm in using one.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2015 Maxwell Ciotti
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