Physics: Kind of like a cannonball...
Eek. It's been about 2 years since I've been in a
physics class, and since my memory is terrible
(it's because of the video games, according to
Japan's Tohoku University ), I can't remember
much of it.
I'm trying to find a tutorial that explains the
physics of something launching upwards at a
certain angle/speed, then falling. An example
of the movement I'm talking about, would be kind
of like a flying cannonball. Am I making sense?
Will someone explain the physics of this to me,
or point me to a tutorial that does?