Good Morning All!!!
Some of you may be interested in the latest development news we
received about DPGraph attached below and briefly featured on out
TechWatch pages at:
In addition to implicit and vector graphing, DPGraph now supports
2D to 5D dynamic photorealistic parametric curves and surfaces.
To see examples of helixes/helices, knots, and a dynamic realtime
rollercoaster, click on "Documentation" at http://www.dpgraph.com/
There is a new book in German by Rainer Wonisch featuring DPGraph.
"Funktionen zweier Variablen untersuchen mit Derive und DPGraph -
Ein Unterrichtsgang unterstützt von motivierender Grafik" is
available by searching for Wonisch at http://shop.bk-teachware.com/
Special offer till 30 June 2001:
* Economical one-time licensing fee allows you to upgrade to all
later versions for free:
Free -- DPGraph Viewer.
$9.99 -- individual full version of DPGraph.
$19.99 -- elementary/middle school blanket site license.
$69.99 -- high school blanket site license.
$199.99 -- college/university blanket site license.
$249.99 -- business blanket site license.
* Blanket site licenses allow personal/home use by students/
faculty/staff -- perfect for homework and distance learning.
If you or your institution are already licensed, then you can get
the latest version for free at http://www.dpgraph.com/update.html
DPGraph is the world's most powerful software for creating dynamic,
interactive, photorealistic 2D, 3D, 4D, 5D, 6D, 7D and 8D graphs.
* Over 700,000 students and faculty members are licensed worldwide.
* Used for pre-algebra/geometry/trigonometry/general physics, through
multivariable calculus/field theory/quantum mechanics/gravitation.
* So easy to use that junior high and senior high students have had
their graphs published.
* Use time and color as extra dimensions (to create motion or encode
momentum, for example).
* Use the scrollbar to vary parameters in realtime.
* Graph functions, planes, toruses, surfaces of revolution, parametric
curves and surfaces, implicit equalities and inequalities, volumes of
integration, equipotential surfaces, vector fields, and much more.
* Programmed entirely in assembly language for maximum speed.
Robert Surowiec (Tel: 0121 414 7670 EMail: [log in to unmask])
LTSN Maths, Stats & OR Network
School of Mathematics and Statistics
The University of Birmingham
Edgbaston tel 0121-414 7670/7095
Birmingham B15 2TT fax 0121-414 3389
The Maths, Stats & OR Network is part of the Learning and Teaching
Support Network, which provides discipline-based support for
learning and teaching in UK universities.
More information can be found at http://ltsn.mathstore.ac.uk