Waveform is an imaginary line representing all parts of a wave where particles are vibrating in the same phase and have the same distance from the source.
Waveform is related to speed, wavelength and frequency .
- Wave speed (v) = Distance traveled by a wave per unit of time.
- Wavelength (λ) = The distance between two consecutive points which are in phase.
- Frequency (ƒ) = The number of complete oscillations made in one second.
Speed = Frequency (ƒ) x Wavelength (λ)
The higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength. At constant speed, when the frequency increase, the wavelength will decrease.
In this game, you have to modify the wavelength and amplitude and guide the particle to collect light orbs in order to score points. Thus, you're playing a Displacement-Distance (s-d) graph game. Where amplitude (a) and wavelength (λ) will be playing as the main role of the game.
The bigger the amplitude, the shorter the wavelength, the faster the particle will travel throughout the wave.
Vice versa, the larger the wavelength, the smaller the amplitude, the slower the particle will travel throughout the wave.
Basically this concept is easy to understand with this Waveform Simulator, however to modify the wavelength while the particle is traveling at super speed will be tough and challenging for some players to master this game.
I love Physics, that's why I bought this game.