Version 0.3.0: Introduce the constraints for a more flexible simulation.

With PyParticle version 0.3.0 I’ve added the possibility to inset constraints in the particles system. The constraints are used to force the positions of some particles or for set up the interactions between the particles so we can build some complex and detailed models. In my example (see the video above) I’m simulating a vibrating string with the drag of the air under a constant gravity, and the result is very interesting.

In this version I’ve also improved the OpenGl rendering by using the display lists and I’ve also added a bubble demo, based on a ‘fantasious’ force.

For understanding the potential of the constraints watch this video, where I’ve developed a vibrating string in a very simple manner.

Visit the github page: and follow the project.

Download here: PyParticles


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