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  1. Peter de Jong Ephemeral Attractors

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    This video was made with Mathematica 7. The six changing shapes in the video are called attractors. They are graphical forms of a simple mathematical formula attributed to Peter de Jong. At any given…

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    • 3D Without Glasses: Driving Mathematica’s Simulated Camera

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      This is an animated stereogram made with Mathematica 7. The image on the left is slightly different form the image on the right. Viewing the video with cross-eyed view method allows gaining greater…

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      • Driving Mathematica’s Simulated Camera

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        This video was created with Mathematica 7. Mathematica’s simulated camera moves around a toroidal tunnel superimposed on array of randomly placed and sized spheres. The simulated camera is driven…

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        • Stereoscopic 3D Macromolecule 1TF6

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          To watch this video you need “red-cyan anaglyph glasses”: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaglyph_image#Viewing This video was made with Mathematica 7. This type of red-cyan anaglyph videos…

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          • 2D and 3D Voronoi Diagrams on Random Walks

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            Different representation of Voronoi diagrams with Mathematica functions ListPlot3D[...] and ListDensityPlot[...]. In the 3D case Mathematica simulated camera is uniformly rotated by continuously changing…

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            • Voronoi Image of Random Walks - Slow

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              The Wolfram Demonstration Project has an excellent example by Yu-Sung Chang showing construction of a Voronoi diagram using distance transform on a set of points in 2D plane. Here same method is used…

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              • Cubes #2

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                Part of an experimental series exploring the relationship between particle number, surface area and mass. Constructed and rendered using Mathematica

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                • fb-loop Architecture Tatsuya Sakairi - Homeomorphic Aggregation

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                  Animation by Tatsuya Sakairi, Mathematica collaborator : Matthew Howard

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                  • Dancing Engines

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                    This video was made with Mathematica 7. While the camera traces a 3D Lissajous figure it is always pointed at the center where deltic and radial engines perform their cycles. The code for the models…

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                    • gps_indymarathon

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                      Video by Robert Raguet-Schofield from blog.wolfram.com It is an example of how GPS data can be handled in Matematica. He is talking trough all the options ad steps in the blogpost at http://blog.wolfram.com/2009/04/17/mapping-gps-data/

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                      • 3D Without Glasses: Traveling Along a Beaded Torus Knot

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                        This is an animated stereogram made with Mathematica 7. The Mathematica’s simulated camera moves along the curve of a torus knot traced by sequence of spheres. The image on the left is slightly…

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                        • The Pseudosphere Exploding

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                          This is an animation of the changing of one variable in the formula for Beltrami's Pseudosphere. This was based on a formula by Xah Lee (xahlee.org), and animated by Mathematica.

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