Hi all! I'm new to this thread, but I had a question about the Physics of skipping a stone across water. I am going to school for Game and Simulation Programming and for my Portfolio assignment to graduate, I have taken on a fairly advantageous assignment. I plan on making an Adobe Flash simulation of skipping a rock across water. The user will be able to control the radius, height, and texture of the stone as well as the angle of attack, velocity, wind speed and direction, wave size and spin related to throwing the stone. My physics is a bit dodgy, I understand some of the idea of the process, but what I do know is Actionscript in Flash so if I can somehow research/locate formulas related to these physicis and real life data about skipping a stone I would be able to program those as variables in Flash. Does anyone know of a good place where I can acquire this data? Thanks in advance!