Videos have been uploaded on Youtube about the latest version of Chipmunk Physics engine on the Sony Playstation Portable console as the gaming trend takes a turn towards technology which combines law of physics with the excitement of gaming. It is a portable open source two dimensional rigid body physics library distributed under the MIT… Read More The Chipmunk Physics Engine on PSP
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Dancing in the quantum world – physicsworld.com A new project known as “Danceroom Spectroscopy” represents a genuine fusion of art and science, resulting in an impressive visual art show that is driven by real physical laws. The project’s mastermind is David Glowacki, a researcher at the University of Bristol in the UK. In this special… Read More Interesting News in Physics
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