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  • Bob's Pages

    An interactive presentation of different geometric figures, including polyhedra, fractals, the arbelos, logarithmic spiral and Soddy's Hexlet.

  • The Complete Quadrilateral

    An interactive column by Alex Bohomolny, discussing theorems and presenting illustrative demonstrations through java-enabled applets.

  • Diamond Theory

    Description of new geometric theory, which reveals that Euclidean symmetry may be invariant under rather interesting groups of noncontinuous (and asymmetric) transformations.

  • Encyclopedia of Triangle Centers

    A compendium of more than 1,000 triangle centers. Also includes links related to triangle centers.

  • Erich's Packing Center

    Illustrated solutions to several covering, packing, and tiling problems. Includes some animated demonstrations.

  • Geo Doubek

    Applet that draws Lissajous Figures.

  • Geometry and the Imagination in Minneapolis

    A collection of handouts during a two-week summer workshop held at the Geometry Center, from June 17-28, 1991.

  • The Geometry Center

    A unified mathematics computing environment supporting math and computer science research, mathematical visualization, software development, application development, video animation production, and K-16 math education.

  • Geometry Formulas and Facts

    Presents a document excerpted from the CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulas (30th edition, 1995). Excerpt does not cover differential geometry.

  • Geometry in Action

    Page collects various areas in which ideas from discrete and computational geometry (meaning mainly low-dimensional Euclidean geometry) meet some real world applications.

  • The Geometry Junkyard

    A collection of geometry materials such as usenet clippings, web pointers, excerpts, papers, abstracts, programs and other materials that are entirely mathematical in nature.

  • Geometry Page of the Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles

    Includes various geometry topics, some accompanied by Java-enabled applets, for teachers who want to enliven their web pages or classroom presentation.

  • The Lepidoptera of the Circles

    Uses java-enabled applets to illustrate and prove the butterfly theorem.

  • The Math Forum: Geometry Research

    Serves as a venue for academics to post research announcements, seminars, reviews and abstracts of papers. Also allows for the discussion of academic papers.

  • Mathematical Curves and Surfaces

    A gallery of computer-generated mathematical forms using explicit, parametric, polar, cylindrical or spherical coordinates. Available in French and English.

  • Mow's Cabri II

    Collection of geometry data for Cabri Geometry II.

  • Native American Geometry

    Provides an in-depth look at ancient geometry which originates from a simple circle. Traces the history of the geometry that led to modern cultural symbols.

  • Packomania

    Packings of objects in containers, including circles in a square, circles in a circle, or circles in rectangles. With downloadable source files.

  • Visual Dictionary of Famous Plane Curves

    Provides information, history, illustration of common geometric curves. Also includes methods of classifying curves.

  • Wallpaper Groups

    Provides illustrations and information on different plane symmetry groups.

  • Wilson's Inversive Geometry

    Proving theorems using the Klein viewpoint and some CabriJava illustrations.

  • Xah Lee's Home Page

    Includes a visual dictionary of famous plane curves, illustration of common surfaces, information on discontinuous groups of rotation and translation in the plane, and projective geometry.

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