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4D Lissajous lab

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Author: ngphil

Group: Technical

Filesize: 74.17 kB

Date added: 2016-10-28

Rating: 6

Downloads: 284

Views: 159

Comments: 5

Ratings: 3

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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Instructions are in the scene. This was created after a lot of researching and messing around with theoretical mathematics.

Edits: Adjusted some of the math calculations to better represent the 3rd and 4th dimensions.
Last edited at 2016/10/28 21:00:30 by ngphil
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Good visualization.:tup:
I think it is great that you guys make these technical scenes, its very informative. Unfortunately most of algobox scenes these days aren't as good quality.
You are right icrls. That's why I try my best at helping people getting better at things like Thyme, so they can make tech scenes too. However, I only rarely meet algobox users that are willing to cooperate with me.
On my system, the dot does not seem to move, only changing color using z. Did you know you can actually make a dot move in a 3D and 4D enviroment and still show it using only said dot? It requires some sort of anchor to see the relative movement in the depth and kata dimension, however you can use that to model 3D and 4D figures using circles and springs connecting them.
FRA32, play around with all the controls. The dials are also useful. I don't see why it would fail to move when that was the first thing I scripted :/