Explorer is a tool for piloting mathematical
curves. It have many new features different from
traditional mathematic piloting programs. Fist of all
3DMath Explorer use 3 dimensional math. space instead of 2
dimensional plane to draw any kind of graph. It is a
computer program that pilots 2D and 3D graphs of
mathematical functions and curves in an unlimited
a very useful program for students to make experiment
and observation, for teachers to teach the subjects more
interesting and comfortable, for writers to select
graphs for their books within more suitable, beautiful
and comprehensible graphs, and for all people that
interests in this subject to use with ease.
It has many
useful feature such as perspective drawing, graph
scaling (zooming), fogging effect, drawing many curves
in the same screen, working with many graph screen in
the same time, est.
its great graphics, it has very user friendly graphical
user interface. So it is easy to use to work
Features of 3DMath Explorer
features of 3DMath Explorer:
It compiles the
functions given by users as parameters of curves,
calculates their sample vertex coordinates, and draws
them in an unlimited object driven graphical space
with separate points or joined lines and polygons.
It uses a object driven graphical space model. All
properties (like draw type, pen withy, sampling period,
colors est.) of objects that exist in this space
can be change by user.
Draws all kind of mathematical curves in the
There are x, y and z axisís,
xy, xz, and yz grids, est. found as pilot element
in the unlimited graphing space.
Draws graphs with perspective view
near lines, points, est. with their true length and draws far ones length
a little lessened depends on their distance.
useful special feature like rotating or scaling graph
You can actively (only with mouse movements) rotate graphs to
position where ever you want to look
at and get a view of them.
Can pilot more than one curve in the
User can view front, left, top and
perspective view of the graph at the same time.
Use a useful fogging effect depends
on physical distance of elements to fog the
Can cover 2D and 3D curves and
objects with polygons.
For 3DMath Explorer, one click is enough
to animate the graph. Any animation direction could
select with a short mouse movement.
User can opens many
sample curve files with Ď.tecí extension, change or
redefine them and save them as their own curves.
Has a quality
that all users like to use. It is so user friendly that users
can do every thing without opening a single menu.
Every thing can be easily done by using toolbars and
It built on not
only engineering knowledge and experiences but also
mathematical knowledge and experience (or just
opposite). So it is much more suitable piloting
program for mathematical way of thinking.
3DMath Explorer System
Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, XP or
later version 3DMath Explorer requires Windows 95B
Min. 90 MHz processor (400 MHz recommended)
Min. 16 MB RAM (64 MB recommended)
4 MB of hard-disk space for
For printed output,
a Windows-supported printer capable of printing