Geometric Curves is a lightweight application that can plot Epicycloids, Hypocycloid, Epitrochoid and Hypotrochoid curves. Users can modify the design by changing the colors, the base radius, the draw radius and other input parameters. The output can be saved to your computer in PNG or JPG format or as an AutoCAD script.
Epicycloids and Hypocycloids are conic sections that are symmetric about the x-axis and y-axis. The first of these is a conic with a common axis of symmetry, and the second an oval. Both the Epicycloid and Hypocycloid have a base radius and a draw radius, and are plotted on one of the Cartesian planes. The Epitrochoid and Hypotrochoid curves are generated based on two points. The angles between the two curves are determined by the first and second points, and are mapped onto the xy-plane. The curves are fully customizable. Every parameter of the curve can be modified. This includes the colors of the curves, the colors of the base and the draw circles, and the colors of the axes. The curves can be centered or rotated, and can be drawn by hand, graphically or automatically. Features: Automatic Epicycloids, Hypocycloids, Epitrochoids and Hypotrochoids. Plotting Curves on other planes (like xy-, yz-, xz- and xyz-). Performing a zoom effect by moving the cursors. Automatically adds a center dot if needed. Automatic rotational axis setting. Possibility to modify every single parameter of the curve. You can export the curve to various formats: JPG, PNG and AutoCAD. See Geometric Curves Serial Key in action: You will find Geometric Curves For Windows 10 Crack in the navigation panel, click a thumbnail and you will be taken to the product page. Installation Instructions: 1. Download the folder Epicycloids, Hypocycloids, Epitrochoids and Hypotrochoids 2. Start the application by double-clicking a *.exe file. 3. Input the points of the curve by dragging them on the Cartesian plane 4. Drag your cursor around the canvas by pressing the Ctrl key, or press the + key and drag the mouse up or down to zoom in or zoom out. 5. Press the ‘Plot curve’ or ‘Do not plot curve’ button to plot or not to plot the curve. 6. Don’t save the output to your computer. Leave it in the application folder. 7. Press the ‘Download’ button to find an AutoCAD script and click on the link to download. If you have a license you’ll also be able to
Geometric curves, also known as helixes, are curves that follow a helix-shaped curve when in motion. The geometric curve is a closed curve made up of a continuous line with a continuous tangent. The line forms a helix and describes the curve in three dimensions. A curve is called a helix when there is only one point on the curve where two line tangents intersect. The curve is called double when there are two points on the curve where two tangents intersect. A helix is the simplest curve that can be drawn on a plane or on a curved surface. The helix is well-known in geometry, art and other disciplines as an example of a line that rotates around a point. A Hypocycloid is a curve that consists of the locus of the center of a conic passing through two fixed points. It is called a conic because the curve is similar to a circle whose diameter is cut and is pressed into a semicircle (hypo). A Hypocycloid’s cusps are points where the curve touches the axis. The term “hypocycloid” comes from the Greek meaning “under the rim”, as on the rim of a cyclidoe or bowl, the curve traces the radius of a circle. A Hypocycloid is a cycloid in the plane, a cycloid in 3-space. An Epicycloid is a curve in which the center of a circle that touches a straight line describes the curve. The term “epi” is from the Greek word “epi” which means “on top of” and thus the epicycloid is on top of the circle. An Epitrochoid is a curve in which a circle touches a line that forms a right angle to the circle. The term “epi” is from the Greek word “epi” which means “on top of” and thus the epitrochoid is on top of the circle. An Hypotrochoid is a curve in which the center of a circle that touches a line that forms a right angle to the circle describes the curve. The term “hypo” is from the Greek word “hypo” which means “under the beam” and thus the hypotrochoid is under the beam. After browsing through the home page and viewing the dynamic demos 2f7fe94e24
Geometric Curves is a lightweight application that can plot Epicycloids, Hypocycloid, Epitrochoid and Hypotrochoid curves. The curves can be defined over several input parameters. These parameters can be as simple as a base radius and a draw radius as well as more complex ones such as a center of the curve. By default the curves are centered at the draw radius. If the center of the curve is changed, the curve is still centered at the origin of the graph but the radius is increased accordingly. You can also define the curve in shape as an epitrochoid or hypotrochoid curve. By default the curves are drawn on the x and y axes with a base radius of 1. Input Parameters: To plot an epitrochoid, enter the radius of the base as the first input parameter. To plot a hypotrochoid, enter the base radius as the second input parameter and enter the radius of the base as the third input parameter. Each curve can also be modified by manually entering the draw radius in the input boxes. When a curve is defined to move around the origin of the graph, it is centered at the origin by default. More about Epicycloids and Epitrochoids: Epicycloids are curves whose control points are on a circle. The term Epicycloid has been used in literature to describe an orbit of a moon around the Earth, but today it is usually used to describe an orbit of a satellite around the Earth. Epicycloids are named after the ancient Greek astronomer, Aristarchus of Samos, who discovered a relation between the radius and the angle. In the 15th century, Italian mathematician Leonardo Domenico Conti divided this curve into two, the truncated and the tangent. Epitrochoids are trajectories that are a combination of a circle and an ellipse. They are named after the ancient Greek astronomer, Hipparchos of Rhodes, who was also among the first to discuss their geometry in a dialogue. Epitrochoids are similar to helices, but for each point on the helix the coordinates of the projection of the point onto the xy plane is equal to the angle of a half turn. Unlike with helices, the motion of the epitrochoid can be viewed from any point on the xy plane. More about Hypocycloids and Hypotrochoids: Hypocycloids have been
– Curve Templates: – Support for all Curve Types – Calculate the area, perimeter, the degree and the self-intersections of the curves – Edit as many times as you want – Post-process and save your curves to JPG, PNG and AutoCAD script. # Get the full version # 1 – Go to and use the download link on the right menu. # 2 – Download the zip and extract it to any folder. # 3 – Right-click in the Geometric Curves folder > Properties > Compatibility tab > Check “Run this application in compatibility mode for:” and select . # 4 – Open the file geometricsurve.exe and run it # 5 – Follow the instructions on the windows. This is an updated version of the Program to create any kind of Geometric Shapes in a user selected color. It can be used to create Curves, Spheres, Cylinders, Hemispheres, Triangles and Polygons # Get the full version # 1 – Download the zip and extract it to any folder. # 2 – Open the file program.exe and run it. # 3 – It will ask you to select the shapes. You can use your mouse to select all of them or a specific shape by pressing ESC # 4 – Then you can select the color of each shape # 5 – Click on the “OK” button to apply the color of all selected shapes. Java Code to convert 2D Polygons to 3D Polygons.This Java Script may be used to save 2D polygon data as PolyCube. You can also convert from Polygon to PolyCube and vice-versa. PolyCube is a derivative of OpenSteer R2D. The conversion process was done by analysing the polygon data and creating a 2D polygon field into 3D field. Please follow these steps. 1. Convert the polygon data into PolyCube data. 2. Convert the PolyCube data back to polygon using the reverse process. A drag/drop interface to convert.cub,.pyr and.spn files to.sol with preset and random options. Solids, cubes, and polyhedrons are optimized with dynamic optimization. The default settings are best. Only problem with this tool
Minimum: -Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 -8 GB RAM -2.4 GHz Processor -3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 11 -Access to a broadband internet connection Recommended: -Windows 10 -4 GB RAM -10 GB available disk space (If you are having problem with this game, try update your Windows OS from 7 to 10 and also to update your video card