This browser-based fluid dynamics simulator is blowing our minds


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This must be the end of one of the internet’s tubes?


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Make a major disturbance. Give it time to settle. After a while it may resemble some astrophotographs. Which is unsurprising as the same overall fluid dynamic principles guide formation of nebulae too.

Edit: Royal fun would be the same in 3d. With anaglyph glasses or 3d TV today, VR goggles tomorrow.


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this reminds me of


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Old news. http://tilde.club/~joelj/


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Paging Dr. Bernoulli, Dr. Bernoulli, Code Blue in Tab Panel 3-461, stat!


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I was able to use it on my HTC One in Chrome. It is much more interesting with a touch screen.


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I had one of those. Totally the same feels.

Lost ten minutes to it on a regular basis, too.


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It would be entirely impractical, but project this onto your D&D map board for things like fireballs and breath weapons. Would look pretty cool.


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Magic Window reboot:
http://www.magicwindows.org/


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