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multiple object tracking

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I need to draw red balls that bounce from left to right and a ball which rotates (always the same uniform mouvement, a little circle in the middle). the illusion is that all the balls are bouncing, but it is not true.

The problem is that I don't know how to made a python program who shows that.
Apr 26 '10 #1
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bvdet
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Apr 26 '10 #2

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I know, thank you, i don't want people doing my program. I just want to know how to do the bouncing from left to right
Apr 26 '10 #3

bvdet
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I know some about Tkinter. You would start with a Tkinter.Canvas widget and create an oval object on the canvas. You can simulate movement by deleting the oval object and creating a new one in a slightly different position repeatedly at short time intervals. I have found the documentation here to be useful.
Apr 26 '10 #4

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You could also use something like matplotlib to create the image files (from a graph) and then stitch them together. Or gnuplot.py to run Gnuplot and repeatedly replot.
Apr 27 '10 #5

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