Would it be possible to visualize a roundabout in LaTeX? There has been a car crash in a roundabout and i would like to visualize it for presenting it very clearly, is this possible? its a two lane roundabout and i would only need to visualize two cars

  • It does not need to be a video, just two frames – LaTeX User. Jun 25 '19 at 15:48
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  • I currently do not have the knowledge to even give a MWE, and i do understand that this is quite specific, but i think because of it, you can understand more exactly what i want, and really im also just looking for a simple answer if this would be just dumb to do in LaTeX or if it is easily feasible – LaTeX User. Jun 25 '19 at 15:59
  • I do not expect someone to fully visualize this for me but if someone could atleast point me in the right direction would be awesome, and just answer if this is technically feasible or just stupid because it would be too complicated to do in LaTeX – LaTeX User. Jun 25 '19 at 16:01
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    You could look at the answers to this question to get a starting point. Like the others above, I am not convinced that LaTeX is the most convenient choice for this task. – user121799 Jun 25 '19 at 16:49

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