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Programming Driven 3D Modeling on the Web


This is my presentation in Web3D 2017 Conference on 5th June 2017. The presentation is about my paper titled "Programming Driven 3D Modeling on the Web", which can be downloaded from ACM Digital Library, or from the Publication section in this website. In this paper, I am introducing this VRMath2 application, which incorporates a programmatic approach to create online 3D models and virtual worlds. This programmatic approach of generating online 3D models is conducive to learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

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NaCl Lattice Blog Entry FINAL (Ryan Gray ASC091C)

NaCl Lattice

By Ryan Gray ASC091C

This model is of a salt crystal lattice, with the chemical formula NaCl. Its different properties allow it to have many uses in society, including as a preservative, flavouring and currency. Salt demonstrates ionic bonding and its structure makes it interesting to model, because the crystal lattice can continue on forever and doesn't have a specific number of atoms like water does, with each water molecule consisting of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms. For the purposes of this project, I limited my model to a 3x3x3 cube so it could be easily seen. The distance between the atoms was also expanded to allow the bonds to be more clearly viewed.


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A paper dragon

a dragon


The dragon curve is a fractal which is defined by replacing a segment of the curve with a (smaller) version of itself.