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Topic: Free Dynamic Spatial Geometry Software: Calques3D
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Humberto Bortolossi

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Free Dynamic Spatial Geometry Software: Calques3D
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 7:57 AM
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The application "Calques 3D," developed by Professor Nicolas van
Labeke, is a dynamic spatial geometry software for free (you can use
it and distribute it to your students without paying anything for it).

Http://www.calques3d.org

As their two-dimensional cousins (Cabri, Ruler and Compass and
GeoGebra), Calques3D allows the construction of points, segments,
straight lines, planes, polygons, spheres, cubes and cylinders in
space. Advanced features include loci in space, a window of algebra
(for coordinates of points, equations of lines and planes) and a
renderer in OpenGL.



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