A simple phisics game involving a model of statical equilibrium of objects. The model involves:
The heart of the program is an algorithm computing a statical equilibrium using methods of Linear Programming.
- reaction forces between two objects,
- Your task is to put on every crossed area an appriopriate crossed box.
- To accomplish, carry boxes using cranes.
- Red vectors denote forces that balance the configuration of boxes.
- Boxes always have to lie in a statical equilibrium.
- Sometimes you have more then one crane. You can use them simultaneously.
- To accomplish a level, crossed boxes must lie in appropriate places and all electromagnets must be disabled.
- Move the active crane.
- Slow down the movement.
- Enable/disable the active crane's electromagnet (when the active crane touches a box).
- Zoom in and out.
- Switch the active crane.
- Undo the last move.
- Gray boxes are fixed - they do not fall but you cannot move them.
- Red boxes are obstacles - you cannot place anything on them.
- Black boxes are weights - they weight much more then others.
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last modification: 15:28 03.03.2015