Constructing Mathlets Quickly using LiveGraphics3D
(article in JOMA (2006),
by
Jonathan Rogness and
Martin Kraus)

Programación de gráficos 3D con
Mathematica, DrawGraphics, CurvesGraphics,
LiveGraphics3D y JavaView and
Gráficos 3D Interactivos con Mathematica y LiveGraphics3D
(two electronic publications in
Revista Digital Matemática, Educación e Internet, in Spanish)
(by Walter Mora F. and
Geovanni Figueroa M.)

Vectores, rectas y planos and Cálculo Superior
(online courses in Spanish)
(by Walter Mora F. and
Geovanni Figueroa M.)

Parametrized Graphics in Mathematica
(Mathematica notebook for a SCI 2002 article)
(by Martin Kraus)

Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica
(maintained by Jeff Bryant)

Rubrique En 3D
dans le cours Mathématique du secondaire
(by Xavier Hubaut)

Parameterized curves, STL file viewer, and line mechanisms
(by
Amar S. Junankar)

The Super Widget Package (based on GUIKit for Mathematica)
(by
David Bailey)

Nanocluster laboratory v1.0 at UMStL
(by
Phil Fraundorf)

Math à mâter (in French)
(by
Nicolas Hannachi)

Curso de LiveGraphics3D (in Spanish)
(by
José Luis GómezMuñoz)

@stroanimations (in French)
(by Philippe Merlin)

Multivariable Calculus Online (some parts require IE6;
some examples:
spherical geodesics,
conic sections,
potential)
(by Jeff Knisley)

Interactive Gallery of Quadric Surfaces
(by
Jonathan Rogness)

Views from aSmall: Specimen #1 (Variable SizeScale Adventures)
(by
Phil Fraundorf)

Curvature of a function, electrostatic potential, lagrange multipliers
(by
José Luis GómezMuñoz)

MATHPLOTTER
(contact)

LiveGraphics3D and Dynamic Systems
(Sistemas dinámicos y LiveGraphics3D) (by
Leandro Gorno)

Graphics for a Multivariable Calculus Course
(by
Ed Mosteig)

Quadric Surfaces Quiz
(by
Jeff Baggett)

Performance Results of the ITXGEMM Project and
Visualization of an LU Factorization
(by
John A. Gunnels)

Calculus Animations
(by
Jose Flores)

Beam Shapes in CERN's future Large Hadron Collider
(by the
John Jowett)

Star Mother Soft Kit
(by the
Heart Coherence Team)

Stellated Polygons and
transverse sections of implicit surfaces
(by
Carlos César de Araújo)

Confusing Physics Gibberish (by
Mark Sudduth)

satterfield's tomb (by
Thane Plambeck)

SelfOrganizing Maps (by
Claudio Mattiussi)

Rolling (webMathematica application by
Hidekazu Takahashi)

Skull Demonstrations (by
Denis Meline)

SnubCube (parametrized graphics by
Hidekazu Takahashi)

Swinghinged dissection, flapping dodecahedron and other toys (by
Rick Mabry)

Mathematica Graphics in the Internet: Additional Lighting and Clipping in LiveGraphics3D (by
Ralf Schaper)

Regular 4d Polytope Foldouts (by
Andrew Weimholt)

Plots of Complex Functions (by
Bernd Fiedler)

Polyhedron Explorer and
Torus Knots (3D)
(two webMathematica applications)

Geodesic Artifacts (by
David Anderson)

The
Quadrica,
Knife, and
Revolver
Page
(J/Link applications by
Hidekazu Takahashi)

Platonic Bodies & Archimedes' Bodies
(by
Yoshimasa Ishizaki)

The near stars, orbital animations, and toroidal space stations
(by
Andrew Thompson)

Calcul de l'angle entre 2 faces d'un dodécaèdre régulier
(by
Emmanuel Ostenne)

Mandelbrot and JuliaSet, Lorenz and RosslerAttractor
(by
Stephen Coast)

WignerSeitz Unit Cells at Cubic Crystal Surfaces
and
GaN Atomic Structure
(by
Caspar J. Fall)

TorusCosta Animation
(by David Fowler)

Cache Simulation
(by Dan Truong)

Atractor: Interactive Mathematics (index of applets)
(contact) (updated)

Page LiveGraphics3D
and Let's Create The 3D Graphics
(by Masasi Sanae)

Inter@ktiv
(by Hans Wilding)

Math.lémur
(by Martineau Hubert)

A Visual Dictionary of Special Plane Curves
(by
Xah Lee)

une balade parmi les polyèdres
(by
Maurice Starck)

RADIA page
at the ESRF (by the
ESRF Insertion Device Group)

The METRIC project
(by Phillip Kent and Phil Ramsden)

Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
(
list of LiveGraphics3D interactive illustrations)
(by Eric W. Weisstein)

Les polyèdres en mouvement
(by Eric Hakenholz)

Zernike Polynomials, Seidel Aberration, Fraunhofer and Fresnel Diffraction, etc.
(webMathematica applications
by James C. Wyant)

Visualization
of Hopf fibration, torus coloring, pseudorandom numbers, groups A5 and S4, ...
(by
Rick Kreminski)

AE source location in 3D, Geological Survey of Japan
(by
Xinglin Lei)

Wrapped (Stellated) Polyhedra
(by
Hidekazu Takahashi)

Réseaux de Bravais, Harmoniques sphériques, Diagrammes de poids de SU(4),
Skyrmions, ... (by
Luc Marleau)

Zernike Polynomials (by
James C. Wyant)

Gibbs construction of a deconfinement phase transition in neutron stars (by
Klaus Schertler)

3D Colour Gamut Representations (by
Patrick Herzog)

3D Interactive Spherical Harmonics (by
Ian Humphrey)

A Julia Set Histogram, The Lorenz Attractor, The Trefoil Knot and An F117 Stealth Fighter (by
Mark McClure)

LiveGraphics3D 1.30 (in
MathSource)
