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Author: Anonymously Anonymous

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Filesize: 24.73 kB

Date added: 2019-10-02

Rating: 5

Downloads: 100

Views: 49

Comments: 3

Ratings: 1

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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(the pi creatures shown want you playing this scene)
Yeah, just a Fourier Series interactive...
Wait, with enough vectors, you can draw anything!!!
Cool, right? Clearly you should play this scene.
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How does this scene demonstrate a Fourier Series? It looks to me like a mechanical Lissajous curve generator. Back in my earlier days when I worked as a design engineer, I worked with Fourier transform software that converted waveforms from the time domain to the frequency domain (and also the inverse). These Lissagous curves, although they look rather nice, don't have anything to do with Fourier math, unless I am mistaken.

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Nice. Look at another Fourier Series at
http://www.algodoo.com/algobox/details/208277
http://www.algodoo.com/algobox/details/208276
Wow, those scenes are incredible! I don't know how I missed seeing them before, but I am glad that you posted the links to them. Very impressive! _o_