GRAVITY Nu is a reliable software that enables you to view a simulation of gravitational behavior of custom defined objects. The software offers object templates, for planets, the Halley comet or for the Sun, but you may also add your own parameters and create a new ellipsoid. The objects are displayed according to the three axes.
Object trajectory observer
The software is capable of calculating the movement and trajectory of any object, regardless of its size or mass. Thus, you may estimate the gravitational behavior of planets or small objects, compared with several models or templates.
GRAVITY Nu allows you to easily create your own ellipsoid object and observe its movement, with the help of the analysis tools. The DATA dialog box can display the current position and speed of the object according to the three axes, as well as the mass or density. Moreover, with each project, you may set the G constant value, which represents the gravitational acceleration.
Build your own planet definition
GRAVITY Nu allows you to define several objects, by specifying their size, mass and density. The objects you can create are automatically defined as spheres or ellipsoids, in order for you to easily calculate their trajectory. You may also specify it’s size, compared with other objects, at a predefined scale and apply a texture or an image.
The software can display the gravity simulation as an animation, change the view and modify the amount of frames per second. The software supports values between 1 and 50 FPS, in order to offer you the most suitable viewing experience: compatible rendering for smaller processors or flowing, fast rendering for more advanced technical equipment.
Play the animation and view the specifications
Once you click Play, GRAVITY Nu can render the object movement as an animation, as well as display the current position and speed values, in real, simulated time. You may adjust the object’s size, mass, density and specify the estimated gravitational force in the area where it is situated. Moreover, you can use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out on the image for a more accurate observation of the movement of the object.