# Measurement

## Earth and Moon

Hi, I created this 3D virtual world for you to see, I hope you like it.

## Fibonacci sequence

Fibonacci sequences on top of each other. I hope you like the mathematics, beauty and customisation of this design.

## Scalable table with bowl

A sizeable table and bowl. I hope you like the customisation of the table and the bowl, creating weird combinations.

## Linnmom Adils Table

It has been a while that I have not looked into the Furniture Visualisation Challenge.  I have been reading a thesis and thought that I should take a break to play with creating 3D virtual world. I am getting better and better at creating a table, but perhaps I picked an easy one, so it only took me some 10 minutes or so to write a Logo program to create this LINNMON/ADILS table.

## Week 2/3 Journal

Hi VRMath2 Community,

This is my first blog entry onto the site.

## CRB935 Creation

This snowman is my first creation using VRMath 2. It has been constructed using various shapes that have been carefully placed to give the overall effect.

## Ice Cream Cone

Hello, I have created an ice cream cone and I would like to show you how I did it. This simple ice cream cone has a cone and a sphere. The cone and sphere will overlap (intersect) a little bit. In this virtual ice cream cone, I have used both the graphic user interfaces (GUIs) and the Logo programming. When I completed it, I saved the Logo program (.logo file), the 3D world (.x3d file), and a screenshot (.png file) so I can show you in this blog.

## Light with switch

After much thinking and planning, I have finally implemented an initial behaviour framework. Behaviour is different to animation. But it may also have effect of animation. In this blog, I have programmed a desk lamp -- a spotlight with a switch. You can click on the switch to switch on and off the light. When you do, you can also hear a switch sound, so have your speakers turned on to enjoy the virtual simulation of light, shadow and sound.

## VAM Temple project

The VAM Temple project was completed by 3 primary school students (Year 5, aged 9) in 2003, using the archived VRMath 1.0 application. The Logo program they wrote at the time can still run in the new VRMath2 Editor with few modifications. You can try to recreate it in the VRMath2 Editor, by openning the  vam_temple.logo in the Logo Editor and executing the program.

## Virtual Art Gallery

Ever wanted to have your own Art Gallery? Well, you can create your own in VRMath2 Editor and share on VRMath2 Community blog to your friend. After few hours of Design and Create, I am happy to share with you my first Gallery.