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gravitational behaviour IV | ghPy

Agent based movement that follows Newton's universal law of gravitation.
However, for ease, values are relative and thus G=1.
The relative mass difference between a planet and comet is 90:12
Planets are forced fixed location so they don't attract to each other.
Planets have equal masses.
Comets have equal mass and initial velocity, through the direction of each vector is different.

This simulation uses 8 comets harrassing a block mass of voxels.

Rhino, Grasshopper, Python, V-Ray, After Effects

Horster and Giulio's animation tool in C

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Comment by djordje on August 13, 2012 at 1:46pm

Nice one cdnaa !!!

Hm, and yes. I agree with Pieter - that would be very interesting too - placing those cubes (some sort of houses?) along the paths where attractor balls went through.

Comment by Pieter Segeren on August 12, 2012 at 5:47am

This one is nice too.
How about inverting the idea: populate the paths at the site:)

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