In the Resonance of Earth
The interplay of gravitational forces between Earth and its celestial companion, the Moon, orchestrates the spectacle of high tide and low tide. In this celestial ballet, along with Earth's rotation, ocean waters ebb and flow in a rhythmic movement that reveals itself as the phenomenon of tides. This celestial occurrence, an enduring oscillation through time, finds its resolution in the tapestry of tidal patterns and their effect on the amplification of sound. Together, these phenomena elevate our perception of the natural world, adding depth and resonance to our understanding of the cosmos' influence on Earth's coastal realms.
The objective of this assignment is to replicate the natural phenomenon within a 2.5-dimensional space. Here, the Moon, acting as the primary gravitational force, oscillates within the Earth's span of influence. As the relative positions of the Moon and the Earth draw nearer, the waves within this simulated space undergo amplification. This endeavor aims to mimic the intricate interplay of celestial bodies and their impact on Earth's tides in a two-and-a-half-dimensional representation, offering insights into the dynamic relationship between these cosmic entities.