webMathematica and LiveGraphics3D  

Mathematica can be used to solve most math problems.  webMathematica makes it possible to run Mathematica models over the Internet, even if you do not have Mathematica on your computer.  LiveGraphics3D Java 1.1 software developed by Martin Kraus makes it possible to rotate, animate, and obtain stereo pictures using Mathematica and a web browser supporting Java 1.1.  On this web site I am illustrating a few examples of what can be done using webMathematica and LiveGraphics3D.
 

 Zernike Polynomials
     Interferograms, Wavefront Maps, and Profiles
     PSF and MTF
     Zernike Stereo Wallpaper
     Zernike Single-Picture Stereograms
     Converting Zernike Polynomials to Seidel Aberrations
     Shearing
         Lateral Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Difference Maps
         Radial Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Difference Maps
         Reverse Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Difference Maps
         Rotational Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Difference Maps
 
 Seidel Aberrations
     Interferograms, Wavefront Maps, and Profiles
     OPD Profile Plots *
     Transverse Ray Fan Plots *
     PSF and MTF
     Foucault Knife Edge Patterns
     Wire Test Patterns
     Shack-Hartmann Patterns
     Shearing
         Lateral Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Maps
         Radial Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Maps
         Reverse Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Maps
         Rotational Shear Interferograms and Wavefront Maps
 
 Fraunhofer Diffraction
     Multiple Slits
     Circular Aperture
     Rectangular Aperture
 
 Fresnel Diffraction
     Circular Aperture
     Rectangular Aperture
 
 Miscellaneous
     Multiple Beam Interference
     Polarization Examples
     Thin Films
     Various Plots and Calculations
     Magic Squares
     Sudoku  (Experimental Page)

Link to additional graphics generated using Mathematica.
Email me ideas you have for additional examples.
* Thanks to Marguerite Green.

Link to my main web site.

             

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