DM2212 Programming Physics

DM2212 Programming Physics - 2007 S1

16/April - 12/August 2007. Digital Entertainment Technology, NYP, Singapore.



Module leader: Miss Dioselin Gonzalez
Second Life: Chica Digital
dioselin "at" gmail.com
Office: M.509
Phone: 6550-1811
 
Tutors: Mr. Anthony Chong
anthony_chong "at" nyp.gov.sg     
Office: M.532
Phone: 6550-1658
Mr. Eugene Goh
eugene "at" e-goh.com     
http://www.e-goh.com
Mr. Gibson Tang
gibtang "at" gmail.com


Synopsis

Many realistic effects are governed by Newtonian physics. This module builds upon the introduction to Newtonian physics taught in Mathematics 2. It teaches students how to apply these equations to recreate realistic movement in a discrete time simulation by translating kinematics and dynamics equations into source code.



Grading

There will be 2 written tests and 3 project assignments.

Test 1 25%
Test 2 25%
Assignment 1    15%
Assignment 2 15%
Assignment 3 20%



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"In physics, you don't have to go around making trouble for yourself - nature does it for you." -- Frank Wilczek

Dioselin's links

Nanyang Polytechnic