two color volumes | two cube 3-compounds | |
two surfaces | two molecules | |
a butterfly | the Borromean rings |
two knots | two dodecahedra | |
Baby Santa | diamonds | |
the Peano curve | the Sierpinski tetrahedron | |
Euler angles | some ambiguities | |
a puzzle mat gallery |
a globe | a flock of birds | |
virtualized reality |
two interlocking tori | morphing polyhedra | |
an explosion |
Spherical Harmonics Explorer |
a tutorial by Tom Wickham-Jones | |
Martin Kraus's talk at the Mathematica Developer Conference 2001 | |
(parametrized) figures from Gerald Farin's book "Curves and Surfaces for CAGD" |
introductory example | circumcircle of a triangle | |
Simson line | great circle | |
spirograph | simple and double pendulum | |
thing on a spring | a tangent plane (inspired by Ed Mosteig) |
two parametrized animations | another two parametrized animations | |
perspective projections of a circle | a proof of Desargue's theorem |
The examples above show some of the features of the LiveGraphics3D applet. All the graphics were created with the computer algebra system Mathematica. Most of them were originally created by other Mathematica users.
All the graphics can be interactively rotated by clicking on them (keeping the left mouse button pressed) and moving the mouse. For a description of the complete user interface see the documentation. If LiveGraphics3D does not work on your computer, you can try to look up a solution to your problem in the documentation.
Links to external pages using the LiveGraphics3D applet are available on the links page.