1974 (Publication #16)
Real Time Computer Graphics Techniques in Geometry (with Charles Strauss)
Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics Vol. 20: The Influence of Computing on Mathematical Research and Education, Amer. Math. Soc. (1974), 105-111.
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Interactive three-dimensional computer graphics give real-time demonstrations of three and four dimensional geometric phenomena. This paper describe two films which illustrate the power of this technique. We also give an explanation of what equipment was used to make this investigation possible.