These pages contain a number of JavaSketches demonstrating various new (DR2) capabilities. The middle column estimates the complexity of the construction: if Java is exceptionally slow on your computer, you may want to stay away from the "Intermediate" and "Complex" sketches.

If you'd like to add your own sketches to the gallery, drop me a line.

Simple |
Triangle Medians and the Centroid | |

Complex |
A 3-D visualization of an icosahedron. Benefits from red/blue 3-D goggles. | |

Simple |
An explanation of the process of visualizing n-dimensional space. | |

Simple |
An interactive exploration of the "least squares" statistical metric. | |

Intermediate |
A pentagonal iris | |

Intermediate |
Trigonometric animations | |

Simple |
A challenge from Wittgenstein | |

Intermediate |
A complex locus construction of the family of Lissajous curves | |

Complex |
Complex constructions = simple fun | |

Simple |
A sample curve from Xah Lee's on-line encyclopedia | |

Intermediate |
Perpendicular bisector envelope definition of the conics |

The following DR1 JavaSketches are also available:

Simple |
Dynamic Geometry's canonical application | |

Simple |
Another geometric gem | |

Intermediate |
Peaucellier's device to generate straight lines from rotary motion | |

Intermediate |
A coil of similar quadrilaterals. |

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