Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica
 

Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica

Maintained by Jeff Bryant

 
 
Intro 2D Graphics 3D Graphics Hybrid Graphics Animations


3D Graphics Generated by Mathematica

This page contains a number of examples of 3D graphics created in Mathematica. Click on the thumbnail to view a full-sized version.

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Mathematica Visualization - Sin[x + Cos[x]] + Cos[y + Sin[y]] 3D Surfaces
Plot3D of Sin[x+Cos[x]]+Cos[y+Sin[y]] with a ColorFunction and specular reflection. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Gravitational Potential Isosurfaces Roche Potential
Roche potential surfaces of a cataclysmic binary star system with ContourPlot3D. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Colliding Galaxies Colliding Galaxies
Colliding galaxies are just one example of Mathematica's ability to handle numerical simulations. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Crystal Lattice Crystal Lattices
Crystal lattice created using Spheres. This shows how simple graphics primitives can be used to construct models of structures such as atoms and molecules. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Mount Saint Helens GIS Data
ListPlot3D of Mount Saint Helens. Geographic data can be imported and visualizaed using high-level plotting functions and colors can be applied for more realistic appearances. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Rotating Gears by Harry Calkins Mechanical Structures
3D graphic simulating interlocking gears. Mechanical structures can be modeled mathematically and then visualized. Created by Harry Calkins (harryc@wolfram.com)
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