MS#115A. Emerging 4D Graphics for Math and Science Education, 2005
With Michael Miller and John Miller
ACM Siggraph Conference Proceedings, 2005
Subjects: Chaos theory, 3D stereo graphics
Written: March, 2005
Abstract: This is a progress report from an ongoing research project conducted jointly by the Visual Math Institute and the Enter Network. The goal is an adequate visualization system, involving hardware and software, for the teaching of mathematics in schools and colleges, both in the classroom and over the internet. The level of graphics of interest here, 4D (that is, interactive and reactive spatial 3D animation), is particularly suitable for dynamical systems theory, including chaos theory, fractal geometry, and much of mathematical physics.
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