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- Subject: [mg18535] Re: MULTIMEDIA-MATHEMATICA
- From: Martin Kraus <Martin.Kraus at informatik.uni-stuttgart.de>
- Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 22:33:03 -0400
- Organization: University of Stuttgart
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duenas at lamolina01.lamolina.edu.pe wrote:
> I are interesting in use MATEMATHICA with MULTIMEDIA. Please, send information about that.
> Thanks you very much
> Juan Duenas
You might be interested in the Java applet LiveGraphics3D which
is able to show interactive three-dimensional Mathematica graphics
(even animations) with bitmap backgrounds, play sounds (in .au format
which can be generated by Mathematica 4.0 as far as I know) and
is able to offer hyperlinks. I guess that might be called multimedia
(or even hypermedia ;). As a Java applet it can be used on
any HTML page in the WWW. BTW it is free for non-commercial purposes!
Here is the homepage of LiveGraphics3D:
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