2D Verlet Integrating Physics Engine with Border Collisions

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GenreGraphics - AnimationYear2018
LanguageGFA BASICPublisher[no publisher]
Developer[n/a]Distributor-
ControlsKeyboard, MouseCountryFinland
Box / InstructionsEnglishSoftwareEnglish
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Salmela, Tatu

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
SerialST TypeST, STe, Falcon030 / 0.5MB
ResolutionLowNumber of Disks1 / Double-Sided
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Latest somehow working version of my 2D physics engine editor. 
Numpad is programmable to change line lengths, so linear actuators like muscles/pistons are possible. 
Also, when you press Y while having a point selected, you can set the Y-limit, which acts to some degree like a curtain rod. 
Now there's invisible (press i when a line is selected) sticks and wires (w), so you can make a ragdoll, 
hang it by a couple of invisible wires to a curtain rod, and have it stay upright. 
There's a couple of model files, some of them are glitchy because they were made with a previous version of the program. 

EDIT: Hey, it benefits greatly from NVDI. has FPU support, but it has little or no effect.

F for freehand on/off in the simulation, so you can pick and grab a point with the mouse.
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