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Interactive Illustration of light dispersion though a prism

Illustrates light dispersion through a glass block.

Illustrates stream lines near a spinning cylinder

Illustrates Napoleon's theorem: If you take any triangle ABC and draw equilateral triangles on each side, then join up... see more

Demonstration of Pressure/Volume relationship in an Otto engine

Illustrates Paucellier's linkage, which was the first to convert rotary motion to true linear motion.

Illustrates the relationship between perpendicular bisectors of a right angled triangle.

In this configuration, the quadrilateral EFGE is formed by the centers of the circles which are tangent to 2 sides and... see more

Illustrates the diffraction of light through a drop of water.

The diagram shows a geometric construction for a cubic spline curve.

Animation of Interference Pattern Formed by Two Points Sources

Helps you to learn the basic concepts of hierarchical, geometrical modeling in computer graphics and animations. This... see more

The Data Representation Applet shows six different interpretations for the same string of thirty-two bits. The six... see more

Simulation of GPS and GLONASS satelites as they orbit the Earth. Two views are available, othogonal from a point in space... see more

Use to locate Web-based documents at the federal and California state level.

Demonstrates a recursive decent parsing algorithm. Shows parse tree as it is constructed and current line in the program.

Shows the simplest case of diffraction, i.e., single slit diffraction. You can change the color of the light by dragging... see more

Demonstration of a transverse wave and longitudinal wave.

Demonstration of reflection of a wave from a boundry.

Lets you build simulated logic circuits from AND, OR, and NOT gates and see how they behave.

Shows algoriths from multiple domains, effects, etc.

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