How to Code: Gravity
May 21st 2017 | 38.0k views
Gravity is a force that pulls objects towards a large body of mass (typically planets). This is easy to understand from a high level standpoint, but when it comes to translating this effect to code, we have to pay attention to the details. Technically, gravity is the accelerative speed added onto an object's velocity. If we continue to add a constant value (gravity) onto an object's velocity over time, the object's velocity will increase, thus creating the effect of acceleration / gravity.
Delve into the video to learn more about the intricacies behind gravity and code.