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Phyz.ath.cx - Dax Phyz 2.5D Physics Simulator (5 of 5 points)

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Dax Phyz - 2.5D programmable physics engine with soft and rigid body dynamics, N-body particle simulation, MySQL client and embedded database server, built-in real-time editor, DirectX graphics and sound, used to draw and simulate physical phenomena, to animate static graphics, and to create videos, GUI front-ends and games.

Keywords: Phyz Dax Phyzlizp Physics Engine Soft Body Rigid n-Body Particle System Game Simulator Metaballic Metaballics Magnetism Electrostatics Charge Magnet Heat Thermodynamics Kinetic Theory Lizp Lizp4 Lisp 2D 2.5D Brownian Stochastic Euler Verlet


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Earl Flynn
(5 of 5 points)
wrote 3 years ago
Sweden, Örebro, 1 review

A combination of basic entities (point-like masses) and advanced interactions (Newtonian constraints) and a powerful GUI makes it possible to explore several interesting phenomena.
A proprietary kind of logic components makes it possible to define complex, real-time constraints and monitors.
Recommended.

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Peter Westin
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wrote 4 years ago
Sweden, Staffanstorp, 1 review

Starting with a basic vertex-like entity, complex models and effects can be produced, such as hard and soft bodies, fluids or mechanical logics. Recommended.

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Erika
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wrote 4 years ago
Sweden, 1 review

Advanced in a back-to-basics kind of way.

Highly recommended.

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Important pages are Features, Download and Scenes & Models. In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Phyz.ath.cx:

# Description URL of the website
1. Featu­res /featu­res/featu­res.htm
2. Download /download/download.htm
3. Sce­nes & mo­dels /scenes/scenes.htm
4. PhyzLizp /lizp/lizp.htm
5. Faq /faq/faq.htm
6. Lo­gics /logics/logics.htm
7. About /about/about.htm
8. Vi­deos /videos/videos.htm
9. Con­tact /con­tact/con­tact.htm
10. Chan­ge­log /download/chan­ge­log.txt

Information about Phyz.ath.cx on Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: In physics, a rigid body is an idealization of a solid body of finite size in which deformation is neglected. read more

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The web server with the IP-address 213.115.136.195 used by Phyz.ath.cx is run by Bredbandsbolaget AB and is located in Sweden. The server runs exclusively the website Phyz.ath.cx.

The Phyz.ath.cx websites were developed using the programming language ASP.NET and served by a Microsoft-IIS server. XHTML 1.0 Transitional is used as markup language on the webpages. The website does not specify details about the inclusion of its content in search engines. For this reason the content will be included by search engines.

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IP address:213.115.136.195
Server provider:Bredbandsbolaget AB

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Webserver software: Microsoft-IIS, Version 7.5
Software platform:ASP.NET
Load time: 0.22 seconds (faster than 89 % of all websites)
HTML version:XHTML 1.0 Transitional
Filesize:6.78 KB (96 recognized words in text)

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