ANN: Bouncing Ball Tools
jhurley at infostations.com
Sat Feb 26 08:30:09 CST 2005
>Recently, Jim Hurley wrote:
>> I got intrigued with simulations, all kinds. Recently I have
>> taken up bouncing balls. And I am having a hard time letting go.
>> go url http://home.infostations.net/jhurley/BouncingBallTools.rev
>Ironically, you *gotta* let go for the thing to work. :-)
>This is really fun stuff -- thanks Jim. More ideas for us to develop
>(BTW, on two of the cards, the ball "escaped" through the bottom left corner
>of the card, maybe some kind of X = 0 or Y > height of the card thing.)
Thanks for the info.
I can't afford to lose balls. Do you recall which were the offending
cards? There were only 3 that would be candidates: First, and the
last two cards, the seventh and eighth.
(I let it run for several minutes and no ball went over the wall, but
I did note tracings that penetrated the barrier at the bottom, that
is, the horizontal line a distance R (the radius of the ball) above
the bottom of the window. Hard to reproduce these some-times
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