http://www.visualrelativity.com/vrml/electromagnetism/
http://physics.syr.edu/courses/vrml/electromagnetism/


Module Content Last modified: 12 Oct 1996
Homepage Last modified: Mon Sep 18 11:05:08 2000
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VRML Gallery of Electromagnetism

Rob Salgado
mailto:salgado@physics.syr.edu
(rsalgado@uwlax.edu)

Ampere's Law anim (255 kb)
Assorted anim (940 kb)
A line-integral (166 kb)


These pages are some of my attempts to visualize the vector fields (actually differential forms) of electromagnetism. These images are inspired by the works of the authors in my references.
i have updated these links
These visualizations require a
VRML-enabled browser. more VRML browsers

best viewed with
CosmoPlayer information from Karmanaut
CosmoPlayer at NIST
CosmoPlayer installation advice

or WorldView [CAI] or Blaxxun or Cortona [Parallelgraphics]

or my new favorite:

GLView

(Mac: Zaptech
BeOS: Breeze
Linux et al... build your own: OVAL.
With help from Sun's Java3D xj3d )

Try this new Shout3D version of my Electric Dipole.

TOP 40 VRML Worlds Gamelan What's Cool (Physics)

Since September 30, 1996, you are visitor number



See also

The Light Cone: an illuminating introduction to relativity
Rob's page of VPython applications for Teaching Physics


NOTE: I am not an authority on the applications of electromagnetism.
I am a graduate student that had an idea on how to visualize the electromagnetic field.


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Roberto B. Salgado
Department of Physics - Syracuse University
Syracuse NY 13244-1130

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