This is the first contribution towards building simulation systems of our world. Physical world simulation involves many items and issues, such like forces; gravity and acceleration are considered some of these forces. building up simulation systems will allow us to visualise our concepts, and interact then respond to our desired idea in different terms, through various time periods, for example, we can simulate crowds or movement patterns, or we can create search algorithms that can mediate design and find a better design solution.
In this experiment, I built a simple bouncing system, where I have an object, a ball flying through space, freely, but once it reaches the boundaries of this environment, it bounces back and changes its direction of travelling, it does that every time it reaches an edge.
By following the path of the bouncing ball, we notice it create a pattern of movement, it change every time we change the initial vector direction, although it look so beautiful, but it’s still early for me to define the benefits, however, it’s clear I will be able to predict its location at specific time. It’s also very useful to understand the edge which will get the least and most hits.
Daniel Shiffman’s nature of Code works
Steve Baer from Mc kneels and his help finding the tools
Jake Herbert’s Tutorials