Sections and Shadows of Four-Dimensional Objects

@article{Zamboj2018SectionsAS,
  title={Sections and Shadows of Four-Dimensional Objects},
  author={Michal Zamboj},
  journal={Nexus Network Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={20},
  pages={475-487}
}
  • Michal Zamboj
  • Published 15 May 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Nexus Network Journal
Methods of constructions of sections and shadows of four-dimensional objects are explained. We visualize images of an object and its section or shadow at the same time in a double orthogonal projection on two perpendicular three-dimensional spaces. Our techniques are similar to the methods used in Monge’s projection of the three-dimensional space. Constructions are created in the interactive 3D modeling software GeoGebra 5, in which the user can freely move some input elements. We focus on a… 

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