Nice work, needs an update, though I've been doing study into the Mechanism for my own computer science research, and I found the AMRP's new 2012 model very appealing, with proposed planetary geartrains as well. I'd love if you did an update, but since it's open source, I might do it myself over the summer if you don't. Thanks for your work.
Amazingly complex This is pretty cool! Its a simple Swiss clock basically. But just the fact that you're looking into the working mechanisms of a watch is a great opportunitity. It is a perfect example of "Could this device be designed without a designer?" As in "How could the world be created without a Creator?" Seriously, the gears didn't just magically appear like that. They were designed by someone. Makes u think, doesn't it? HINT HINT atheistic peoplez HINT HINT!
Wow! Beautiful; thank you for doing this and making it open source.
Engrenagens coloridas rodando, é ver e deletar. Engrenagens coloridas rodando, é ver e deletar.
I have a refreshed appreciation for Greece An amazing contemplation, and an amazing execution. Would, of course, be better with shadows, but that might blow up my GPU.
Cool And educational!
-Added a button to easily switch between pan and rotate modes.
-Open-sourced the project. You may find the source code at github (direct link in app description)
3D simulation training to understand the principle of the injection molding machine.