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** This is a PROGRAMMING job, not a design job. **
Goal of the project is to create a customized particle simulation that reads in data from a CSV file. The CSV will contain values for all the inputs that affects the particle simulation.
** Attached is a working particle simulator that should be used. **
STEP #1 - Understand:
I need to know what all the inputs are on the particle simulator and how it works, so I can provide the data needed in CSV format. The goal is to be able to feed inputs and data into the simulator so that it draws according to the CSV data.
STEP #2 - Develop:
I will provide CSV data which needs to be read into the particle simulator. The simulator will need several features, which is determined by the values in the CSV file.
Feature A - LIVE Simulation through CSV file:
The simulator will read the data line-by-line according to a given timestamp. If timestamps are close to eachother, then data will be inputed into the simulator faster. If timestamps are far away from eachother, then the data will be inputed into the simulator slower.
Feature B - Screenshot Simulation through CSV file:
The simulator will read ALL the data in the CSV at the same time then draw the image. The simulator will need to stop at the "peak" and give the option to save it as an image.
Feature C - Screenshot Simulation through CSV file part 2:
The simulator will read ALL the data in the CSV at the same time then draw the image according to TIMESTAMP. The simulator will need to plot the data from RIGHT to LEFT according to timestamp. The idea is to be able to visually see where particles are generated over time.
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