WaveMaster
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Simulates waves on water surface.   Free
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WaveMaster is a program that simulates the interference of sinus waves on the water surface. It supports unlimited, highly customizable wave sources, as well as customization of the conditions in which the waves are created, including their spread-speed, their amplitude and their frequency. WaveMaster is a must-have for students and physicists, and a useful tool for even artists.
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PPC, Mac OS 10.1 or later



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Anonymous reviewed on 21 Mar 2004
VERY slow. There's no way it should be this processor intensive to model 2D top-view of "waves"

If, like the icon suggests, it modeled in a 3D view, then I could understand the performance issues.
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Downloads:3,129
Version Downloads:1,705
Type:Education : Science
License:Free
Date:21 Mar 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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WaveMaster is a program that simulates the interference of sinus waves on the water surface. It supports unlimited, highly customizable wave sources, as well as customization of the conditions in which the waves are created, including their spread-speed, their amplitude and their frequency. WaveMaster is a must-have for students and physicists, and a useful tool for even artists.