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Quick question about velocity and movement SVG

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Hi GS,

 

I've got another question for some thing I'm trying:

In the codepen I've attached you'll see a quick set up for something like a pong game.

I managed to get the pong-handlers to move on click

 

Now to move the ball I was just exploring to use the ticker and the ball position++ 

- Is there a way to change the velocity of such movement?

 

Of course I have a lot of other challenges ahead, like the collision detection and the direction of the ball;

But that's for later (most probably I have to consult the forum again :-))

 

Hope to hear from you again!

 

D

  

See the Pen LeKyxb by dennisvg (@dennisvg) on CodePen

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You, my friend, will need to step into the wonderful and mesmerising world of MATHS.

 

Have a look at this channel by Keith Peters, it will teach you tons about calculating physics-like movement.

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/codingmath

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8 hours ago, Dipscom said:

You, my friend, will need to step into the wonderful and mesmerising world of MATHS.

 

Have a look at this channel by Keith Peters, it will teach you tons about calculating physics-like movement.

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/codingmath

 

This just blew my mind! RIP free time.

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19 hours ago, smallio said:

RIP free time.

 

Welcome to the NoFreeTimeClub.

It isn't the CommaClub... But it has its perks as well. Black bags under the eyes, sore back, grumpiness...

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