Animate the PI = 4 experiment

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Animate the PI = 4 experiment Empty Animate the PI = 4 experiment

Post by LongtimeAirman on Thu Jul 25, 2019 11:20 am

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Hey Nevyn, I was working on the Virtual Scattering Application, reviewing the spheres’ motion on the Revolving gun tracks when it occurred to me; you could -

Animate the PI = 4 experiment!  

The animation might allow the user to slow down the action and take a closer look at the separate motions, identify the curving ball’s orthogonal velocity vectors and compare the two paths.

Of course StevenO’s experimental results will be one documented source that the animation would cite. Miles might even see fit to comment.  

I couldn’t wait to share this idea. I haven’t stopped to think about it for a moment, it’s only been in the back of my mind for a few years. It’s easy enough. If you let me help that’d be great; although I believe my slovenly lackadaisical programming habits have stressed your patience to a limit, such that you might appreciate an early break from the Virtual Scattering Application project.
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