Robert H. P. Dunn

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One of the most visible aspects of special relativity is the relativistic Doppler effect --- the dependence of observed radiation wavelengths upon the velocity of the source and the viewing conditions.In this paper, we present a flexible and efficient method to simulate the Doppler shift. This new method has the following features:• Surface properties(More)
This work extends our previous effort in visualizing the spatial aspect of relativistic effects, and treats the phenomenon of time dilation; an inherent temporal effect of special relativity. Here, we demonstrate through still-frame images and live animations that in <italic>observing</italic> the viewing independent time dilation, the finite light transit(More)
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