Orbit

Orbit


The N-Body simulator is for everybody and all backgrounds.
Make your own solar systems, galaxies, and gravity sinks! Colorful and captivating!
Watch as these celestial bodies attract and revolve around each other!

Fling your finger and watch the bodies spawn with velocity and direction. Tap and hold to see yourself create a sun!

Recent changes:
Version 1.7
Project now maintained by Carlos Cheung

List of changes:

* Collision Effect
* Color generation improved
* Walls expanded outwards
* Default gravitational constant changed from 6.67E-7 to 6.67E-9
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Free
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3.7
User ratings
975
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
837 kb
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About Orbit
The N-Body simulator is for everybody and all backgrounds.
Make your own solar systems, galaxies, and gravity sinks! Colorful and captivating!
Watch as these celestial bodies attract and revolve around each other!

Fling your finger and watch the bodies spawn with velocity and direction. Tap and hold to see yourself create a sun!

Recent changes:
Version 1.7
Project now maintained by Carlos Cheung

List of changes:

* Collision Effect
* Color generation improved
* Walls expanded outwards
* Default gravitational constant changed from 6.67E-7 to 6.67E-9

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 12, 2014
Good. Can a feature be added to change point of reference? Relative one moving body. Panning in a specific region?
A Google User
May 6, 2014
Very good simulator It would be even better if it had some additional settings, such as ones that allow to randomly create a selected number of particles or show 3d view :) Thank you!
A Google User
May 4, 2014
Awesome I love this but it would be cool if you added a zoom in or out function and lines that show the orbits
A Google User
May 3, 2014
Pretty good Great as far as it goes, but I would really like to be able to have perfectly elastic collisions as well. As well as the ability to start with preset systems, e.g. solar system.
A Google User
Apr 23, 2014
Prett good simulation Its a decent thing to toy with. But it gets boring much faster than conventional apps. If it had more features or it had a puzzle, something other than tapping it would be great. But overall its a great app to play around with