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The Wallpaper Vibrates

Now that we know how to construct wallpaper functions by superimposing wallpaper waves [Back], it is a simple matter to make a succession of these images showing how the waves evolve into the future.

In the the sections that follow, we have done just that. Each movie is available in several formats; the movie icon ([Movie]) links to a page where the various versions can be selected, and where instructions are available for setting up your browser to display them properly.

Our first movie is an example of a vibrating wallpaper that is invariant under the group pmg [Link]. The gallery that follows has five additional movies based on other symmetry groups [Skip].


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Communications in Visual Mathematics, vol 1, no 1, August 1998.
Copyright © 1998, The Mathematical Association of America. All rights reserved.
Created: 08 Jul 1998 --- Last modified: Sep 30, 2003 9:27:36 AM
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