How to display y=0 in figure
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Image Analyst on 22 Jan 2016
Your code doesn't plot anything like those curves, but anyway, add a line specially to draw the x axis:
% Plot X axis along y=0.
line(xlim(), [0,0], 'LineWidth', 2, 'Color', 'k');
lasindu madushan on 11 Aug 2019
I want to create ball shooting game for these requirments
Can you help?
In this game, an animation should be created to display the flying trajectories of the ball shot from a fixed initial height and fixed initial velocity at release. The game player will attempt to adjust the release angle (shooting angle) of the ball to hit a board placed at the ground. Once the ball hits the board, the player will score one point. Then, the board will be randomly re-located to another position for the player to attempt another round. The specific design requirements are given below:
• Initial height of ball at release is fixed at 1.5 m. • Initial velocity of ball at release is fixed at 4 m/s. • Board length is of 0.5 m and located at height 0 horizontally. • Diameter of ball is approximately one-third of the board length. • The ball should be at rest on the board for at least 0.5 second once hit. • The board should be randomly re-located within a range reachable by the ball for each new round. • Scores should be displayed. • The player could adjust the shooting angle in command window and command the action of shooting. • The program should have a command for player to exit the program. • The program should handle exceptions such as when player enters an invalid shooting angle, etc. • The program should not crash MATLAB during running (i.e., good reliability). • You may add additional functions to your program to make it funny.
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