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  • size: 33.5 MB
  • company: Algoryx
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  • $24.00 Single user license

    Purchasing for your child or just need a few licences, then a single-user license is your choice.

  • $242.00 Multi user license (10 users)

    If you are purchasing for a school or educational institution then a multi-user license is for you.

Algodoo a barrier-breaker, creating a new synergy between science and art.

ALGODOO is a unique 2D-simulation software from Algoryx Simulation AB. Algodoo is designed in a playful, cartoony manner, making it a perfect tool for creating interactive scenes and physical experiments. Algodoo encourages students and children’s own creativity, ability and motivation to construct knowledge. Making it as entertaining as it is educational. Algodoo is also a perfect aid for children to learn and practice physics at home.

  • FUNCTIONALITY - Create and edit using simple drawing tools. Interact by click and drag, tilt and shake. Use color traces, graphs, forces, etc. for enhanced visualization.
  • PHYSICAL ELEMENTS - Build and explore with rigid bodies, fluids, chains, gears, gravity, friction, restitution, springs, hinges, motors, light rays, optics, lenses.
  • USER COMMUNITY - Algodoo has a large and active community, engaging educators, parents and kids. This website enables collaborative authoring of lessons and lecture material. Algodoo also comes with lesson plans for different key stages in education.
  • METHODS - Algodoo is based on the latest technologies, from Algoryx Simultion AB, for interactive multiphysics simulation, including variational mechanical integrators and high performance numerical methods.


Algodoo 1.7.1 support 32 bit & 64 bit Linux

For Debian systems (including Ubuntu): Just download the Debian package and run it (double-click). If this does not work: open a terminal. Use cd to reach the folder with the downloaded file. After this, run the following commands:

sudo dpkg -i algodoo_1.7.1-Linux_amd64.deb; sudo apt-get install -f

For installation of .tgz: this will put Algodoo under /opt/Algodoo and then start it:

cd /opt; sudo tar -zxvf Algodoo_1_7_1-Linux64.tgz; /opt/Algodoo/algodoo

updated: 24.01.2019

added: 12.09.2010

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