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Super Cool Universe Sandbox Simulator

Digg this up and give the author some love: http://digg.com/pc_games/Fantastic_Universe_Simulator (and by the way, there’s a video linked from the Digg article, so check that out too).

It’s a pretty amazing project… everything is controllable via a WiiMote. I’ve seen this running on a huge projection screen, and it’s frankly just dazzling. You could play with this for hours.

Especially the galaxies crashing bits…

Here’s a screenshot of a physically accurate Saturn, with all of its moons:

Saturn's moons - Universe Sandbox

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One Response to Super Cool Universe Sandbox Simulator

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice simulator, but ultimately pointless.

    If you are lucky then Davros will have his way: “People, the planets and stars become dust, the dust will become atoms and the atoms will become.. nothing!”

    If I get my way then Davros will appear to be a beneficient guardian of all that is good and holy in the world.

    So are you dropping in next tim you hit the UK or am I going to have to reality bomb you?