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Fascinating Dynamic Computer Model Measuring Traffic Flow Four Directions in 30 Different Ways

YouTuber euverus created a fascinating dynamic computer model that measures and scores 30 different ways to address traffic flow from four directions. Using two sets of data points from the Steam community, euverus seamlessly stitched together each example flawlessly. via Digg A Circular Wave Tank Generating Water Spouts and Other Impressive Aquatic PhenomenaA Demonstration...
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