Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica
 

Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica

Maintained by Jeff Bryant

 
 
Intro 2D Graphics 3D Graphics Hybrid Graphics Animations


Animations Generated by Mathematica

This page contains a number of examples of animations created in Mathematica. Click on the thumbnail to view a full-sized version. NOTE: Some of these may be large so be patient while they download.

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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 - Colliding Galaxies Colliding galaxies
Colliding galaxies animation demonstrating the ability of Mathematica to perform numerical simulations. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - A Solution to the 3-Body Problem 3 Body Problem
A solution to the restricted three body problem applied to a cataclysmic variable star system. This animation shows the path of a gas particle being transfered from the first Lagrange point of a tidally distorted secondary star. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Rotating Gears by Harry Calkins Mechanical Structures
Animation simulating interlocking gears. Mechanical structures can be modeled mathematically and then visualized. Created by Harry Calkins (harryc@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Adaptive Sampling of Graphics Adaptive Sampling
Adaptive sampling of 2D graphics. Mathematica adaptively determines the sampling of the points used to construct curves in 2D. More points are used only where necessary. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Rotating eye created by Harry Calkins (harryc@wolfram.com), Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com).  Eye data provided by Andy Hunt (andy@wolfram.com) Medical Imagery
Rotating eye simulation using actual image data of a retina and iris. Created by Harry Calkins (harryc@wolfram.com), Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com). Eye data provided by Andy Hunt (andy@wolfram.com)
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