Made with Flint, a C++ framework being developed by Barbarian Group. No audio.
Continuing my C++ studying. Andrew Bell thought it would be a good next step to port my Java force studies to C++. The concepts there aren't too difficult but it would require me to make use of pointers and references, which are concepts that make sense until its time to start typing. But I am getting closer to my goal of being able to recreate the Fuji project in C++.
In this video, 100,000 particles (runs fullscreen in realtime with 35,000 particles) are being pulled and shoved by a combination of rotational forces and gravitational forces. The gravity attracts the nearby particles to its center, causing a bright flare, whereas the rotational forces create gaps in the particle field. It is quite mesmerizing and I look forward to experiencing on a multi-touch surface at some point.