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Offline Ber7  
#21 Posted : 30 December 2012 17:06:59(UTC)
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#22 Posted : 16 February 2013 11:24:34(UTC)
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optical illusion
The idea is taken from the site
http://www.mapleprimes.com/mapl...71-Its-Better-With-Maple

Although the vertical distance between the curves is constant,
it seems that with increasing distance from the axis of Y, they are getting closer.
Animation helps to overcome this optical illusion


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#23 Posted : 24 February 2013 19:04:26(UTC)
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Rolling disk on a parabola
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#24 Posted : 02 March 2013 08:16:50(UTC)
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Bullseye Illusion
The idea is taken from the site:
[url]: http://demonstrations.wo...am.com/BullseyeIllusion/[/url]

Although the white region has the same area as the blue ring, it appears to be larger

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#25 Posted : 28 July 2013 21:41:20(UTC)
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Animation examples from the book “Introduction to Statics and Dynamics
by Rudra Pratap, Andy Ruina.Publisher: Cornell University 2009”

http://archive.org/downl...0/RuinaPratap8-21-10.pdf

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#26 Posted : 12 September 2013 21:13:27(UTC)
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Three Dissections by Leonardo da Vinci
http://demonstrations.wo...ctionsByLeonardoDaVinci/



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#27 Posted : 16 September 2013 15:46:53(UTC)
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Challenge for Ber7 Biggrin
This would be a great SMath animation : Heatherwick's Rolling Bridge
See it in action on this video at 1 minute and 25 seconds :
?t=1m25s

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#28 Posted : 16 September 2013 20:22:27(UTC)
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Thank you for the wonderful example .
I'll try to implement it.
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#29 Posted : 19 September 2013 07:54:23(UTC)
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The Rolling Bridge

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#30 Posted : 25 September 2013 23:42:16(UTC)
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Nice, Rolling Bridge!

See you this:



The author

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#31 Posted : 03 October 2013 10:55:36(UTC)
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Animation examples from the book “Introduction to Statics and Dynamics
by Rudra Pratap, Andy Ruina.Publisher: Cornell University 2009”
http://ruina.tam.cornell...k/RuinaPratap8-21-10.pdf

A spring-mass system in space
A spring-mass system consists of two masses, m1 = 10 kg and m2 = 1 kg,
and a weak spring with stiffness k = 1N/m. The spring has zero relaxed
length.The system is in 3-D space where there is no gravity. Track the
motion of the system for the next 20 seconds. Plot the trajectory of
the two masses in space. The 3-D animation showing the trajectory of the
two masses obtained from the numerical solution . From the plot, it seems
like the smaller mass goes around the bigger mass as the bigger mass moves on its trajectory.

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#32 Posted : 03 October 2013 12:32:30(UTC)
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Nice one Ber7!

archive.org had a problem with the link. The book can be found here:
http://ruina.tam.cornell...k/RuinaPratap8-21-10.pdf

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#33 Posted : 03 October 2013 13:37:02(UTC)
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Thank you very much, corrected.
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#34 Posted : 21 April 2018 20:34:39(UTC)
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Animation of X-Y Plot and 3d Plot graphs
The program is designed for graphs that do not have a built-in
animation capabilities

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