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Waves at sea

Sea surface

Following my previous blog about 3D function graphing, I did another experiment to animate the 3D graphs. In this blog, I used the same 3D function f(x,z) = x*z^3-z*x^3 to generate two sets of heights. Then a VECTORINTERPOLATOR (or VECINT) was used to animate this 3D graph. It looks to me like a wave on the sea surface. What do you think?

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3D function with ElevationGrid

3D function

I have been thinking about 3D graphing using ElevationGrid for a while and finally got time to demonstrate here. Previously, I have blogged about 3D plotting and ElevationGrid, This blog is simply taking the same maths function f(x,z) = x*z^3-z*x^3 in the 3D plotting blog and apply to the ElevationGrid object.

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Analog clock

Analog clock

The TIMESENSOR of X3D is quite a complicated time mechanism to understand. As I have created some commands for easy animation, I thought that it would be interesting to test the TIMESENSOR with an analog clock.

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CSC Ice cream

Hello world, We found that the most popular flavour icecream for CSC is Vanilla flavour.

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Hypercube - Tesseract

hypercube

The Tesseract has awaken....

I am always fascinated by the visualisation of 4th dimension or even n-th dimension in our 3D space. The 4th dimension here is not about time, but the beauty of the abstract geometrical dimensions that exist in the mathematical world.