[Newbies] Bounce Example

Ron Teitelbaum ron at usmedrec.com
Thu Nov 20 05:17:18 UTC 2014

Hi Dan,


Maybe you are looking for Takashi-san’s ODECo?




Alan Kay uses a bouncing ball all the time in his talks.  He does a nice example of a bouncing ball that deforms.  And he does it while its bouncing.  Very cool video. https://plus.google.com/113828454523913869336/posts/GU89wzvFTY6 


Here is a really cool paper that shows you all the tools you need are really right there in Morphic.  http://www.vpri.org/pdf/rn2005001_learning.pdf 


If you know the laws of physics you can model them.


All the best,


Ron Teitelbaum


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I once saw a workspace example which caused a morph to move along an arc in a realistic way - appearing to be affected by gravity. Possibly written by someone from Disney?  Now I search in vain to find it. Please give me a reference.


- Dan

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