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WindTunnel

A 3D wind tunnel simulator created in 2008 by a group of undergrads

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A 3D wind tunnel simulator created in 2008 by a group of COMP314 students at The University of Waikato. The user is able to insert objects into the windtunnel and view a (very) rough simulation of the wind flowing around it.

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Created by: Sam Sarjant, Kias Hafiz, David Spooner, Sam McIntosh, Kieran Ryan, Yong Chun Fu

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User Interface

Java Swing, OpenGL

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-03-23

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