3DXM new version


Mathematicians Richard Palais and Hermann Karcher, have released a new version of their math visualization software, the 3DXM. The main change is that it now has button-like interface in place of menus, where each button is a icon of the surface or math subject. This makes it much more attractive, and easier to use. Check it out.

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3DXM screenshot.

Note: the new version is for Mac only. For Windows or Linux users, there's always the Java version at the same download location. Though, the Java version has only some 50% of surfaces or other math objects.

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