Some cool gifs of gravity simulation (this time with resistive force)

The gravitating circle

The results are very different when the timestep is 10510^{-5} instead of 10410^{-4}:

Some other randomised simulations with resistive force

Note by Krishna Karthik
6 months ago

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These are fun to watch with both attraction and repulsion

Steven Chase - 6 months ago

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Indeed; these collisions are quite nice.

Krishna Karthik - 6 months ago

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lol i made a corona-transferring simulation where there are multiple circles but they have random speeds and directions and whenever they collide they transfer corona

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Haha lmao, that must be fun. Please make a discussion about it so I can see it too! :)

Krishna Karthik - 5 months ago

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K, I'll make it sometime later. I'm supposed to be in class now lol

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@A Former Brilliant Member r.i.p my class. itis done on June 18 ;c, I like school it is very good. I am going to 9th grade, I AM GOING TO MISS MY SCHOOL !~!

OOFMATION ANIMATION - 1 month, 3 weeks ago

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This reminded me of a game I liked, I can't look away from this.

OOFMATION ANIMATION - 5 months, 3 weeks ago

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Powder toy? Yeah, powder toy's quite nice.

Krishna Karthik - 5 months, 3 weeks ago

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yeah I like it :D

OOFMATION ANIMATION - 5 months, 3 weeks ago

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