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Elastic Mesh Generator

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Jul 16, 2006 | 5:57 PM EDT

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Sorry about the first one... there was an unexpected glitch and I had to delete it. So as a treat, I upgraded this verson for you all! You can now adjust friction and gravity, and even load some built in models. And most glitches are gone.

QUICK START: Hit BEGIN SIMULATION (on instruction screen), hit PERSON (under premade models), hit BEGIN SIMULATION and play.

There is no full version to this game, anyone giving links in reviews is just spreading a virus.

NOTE: This is a physics demonstration, not a game

Enjoy! And don't trash it till you play it.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

i think i broke it...

i made a a node with 10000 mass... and the whole screen gone red
oh my god.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome Trick

Put on a wheel then replace the Frozen Node with a Node.Then set the Springs again.Then set the Gravity to 0 and the Friction to.Then press begin and its a Star :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Strange trick

I found a way to create a graph using this gadget. I put a frozen node and 3 nodes around the frozen node. Then I used 3 strings, but made sure the elasticity for extension was 100. I set the thickness to 10 and I would set the colors so they aren't the same.
Then I turned on the simulator with gravity set to 0 and friction set to -9. Once one color covers at least 40% of the screen, set the friction to 99 and drag the frozen node to one side where one color covers at least 90% of the screen. Once that is done, drag the node in the oppasite direction to create the graph.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

elastic invasion

coool 10/10

it is so umm....erm....glitchy lol

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


a glitch but amazin

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