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  1. Peter de Jong Ephemeral Attractors

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    from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 1,683 46 1

    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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      from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 2,447 7 0

      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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      • 2D and 3D Voronoi Diagrams on Random Walks

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        from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 934 7 0

        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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          from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 934 5 0

          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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          • Stereoscopic 3D Macromolecule 1TF6

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            from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 2,026 5 0

            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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            • Driving Mathematica’s Simulated Camera

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              from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 332 5 0

              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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              • Cubes #2

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                from Andrew Maynard Added 448 3 0

                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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                  from tatsuya sakairi Added 978 3 0

                  Animation by Tatsuya Sakairi, Mathematica collaborator : Matthew Howard

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                  • Evolution of a narrow trajectory bundle for elementary cellular automaton rule 110

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                    from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 172 2 0

                    Five steps of evolution of elementary cellular automata (CA) rule 110. All possible initial conditions for finite CA size 10 are arranged as Grey Code with Hamming Distance equal to one between the…

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                    • Dancing Engines

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                      from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 704 2 0

                      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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                        from urbanTick Added 350 2 0

                        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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                          from Vitaliy Kaurov Added 762 2 0

                          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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