Exophysics Website. https://exophysics.codeberg.page
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<span id="e">E</span><span id="x">x</span><span id="o">o</span><u>physics</u>, <i>noun</i>:<br />
1. The study of physics in other universes <sup>[citation needed]</sup><br />
2. An amazingly simple <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebGL">WebGL2</a> particle simulator, in a single, self-contained HTML file<br />
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Isn't it strange how hard humans try to understand the physics
of the boring universe they just randomly happened to be born
in, when it's much more fun to create a universe of your own?
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The two images above are links to self-contained universe
simulations which you can simply download (via right click,
"Save Link As..."), open up in a text editor, and change
however you desire.
<a href="exhibition.html">More universes here.</a>
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The simulations are written in a WebGL2 shader, with a backbone
in HTML + JavaScript. But you don't need any programming
experience, and I encourage you to just open the file and play
around :) Here's an architecture diagram, along with some
pointers:
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<li>You may want to start with the <a href="https://codeberg.org/exophysics/exophysics/src/branch/master/index.html">most recent version from GitHub</a></li>
<li>Check out the <a href="manual.html">Exophysics Field Manual</a> and <a href="cookbook.html">Exochemistry Cookbook</a></li>
<li><a href="https://webgl2fundamentals.org/">WebGL2 Fundamentals</a> is an excellent tutorial for further reading</li>
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If you discover an interesting universe on your adventures, the
author would be thrilled to see it! Simply send your HTML file
via email to <u>hut&#3793;hut.pm</u> :)
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