Planetoid: Solar Planet Orrery

Planetoid: Solar Planet Orrery


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Planetoid is an interactive simulation of the positions of the solar planets by date. You can change the angle of view or direction through time as you observe the planets orbit around the sun.

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  • (38 stars)

    by Ammar Zikry on 28/03/2014

    It's quite invisible to see outer planet like uranus and neptune because the distance between planet are exact same to real scale and also doesn't have navigator to watch planet path more closely

  • (38 stars)

    by Todd Turner on 23/02/2014

    ... you're in the mood to ponder the insignificance of humankind in general and certain programmers in particular.

  • (38 stars)

    by Krits Kringle on 25/09/2013

    Poor design needs to slow down planets need.labeled. hard to see on a galaxy note huge screen. Show real time. Label planets show orbits. Could be good but as it stands now it stinks.

  • (38 stars)

    by Mark Bryan on 15/06/2013

    Looks like some project a school kid made the night before it was due to be handed-in
    The video sucks. Get a screen recording app instead of pointing a video camera at a tablet. The focus is soft and the camera's auto iris can't expose properly, which will also keep throwing the focus out. Bypass the drawing board and head straight to the bin.

  • (38 stars)

    by Michael Portuesi on 11/05/2013

    This app looks/feels like someone's first programming project. What's there is a good start, but it's not very useful. Pinch-zoom doesn't work in big enough increments to be useful, and the controls for advancing/rewinding time aren't very workable. None of the planets are labeled, and if you tap on one of them nothing happens. And there's no option to show outlines of the planetary orbits so it'

  • (38 stars)

    by Cezario Flores on 26/03/2013


  • (38 stars)

    by Alan Abizeid on 15/12/2012

    Interesting and informative. 5/5

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