[Tutor] Simple physics simulations)

Chris Fuller cfuller084 at thinkingplanet.net
Sun Sep 14 23:50:02 CEST 2008

You could also try out PyGeo, which is based on VisualPython.  You could also 
use a geometry application like Kig, which has Python scripting support.



On Sunday 14 September 2008 02:46, Jim Morcombe wrote:
> I want to write a program that helps teach students how to draw ray
> diagrams for lenses and mirrors.
> Vpython seems to be used for a number of physics simulations, but may be
> overkill for my application.  Although there are a few 3D things I would
> like to do, most just involves drawing curves and simple objects, and
> allowing the User to do the same.
> So the question - What is the best thing to use to draw and manipulate
> simple 2D objects in an application like this?
> Jim Morcombe
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