Math Videos
especially animations of

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INTRODUCTION : This page presents some links to videos on mathematics subjects  especially videos of animations of fractals, polyhedrons, fluid flow, etc. (Some of the links to animations may be done via animatedGIF files instead of movie files.) Also there may be videos of lectures on mathematical subjects  especially lectures that may explain how some of the math animations can be created. Many of these videos are on YouTube and can be found by doing searches on key phrases such as 'polyhedron', 'fractal animation', 'fluid flow simulation', etc. SORRY ABOUT THE ADS PLACED AT THE FRONT OF THE YOUTUBE VIDEOS. I HATE ADS  ESPECIALLY ONES THAT CAN'T BE DISMISSED WITHIN A FEW SECONDS. The links below are in groups such as I may place some of my favorites near the top of each section. That may be the only ordering of the video links. SEARCHING THIS PAGE : If you are looking for some particular information, you can use the text search function of your web browser. For example, if you are looking for information on 'polygons'  or on specific polygons such as 'triangles', 'quadrilaterals', 'pentagons', or 'hexagons', enter a keyword such as 'polygon', 'triangle', 'tria', 'quad', 'pentagon', 'pent', 'hexagon', or 'hex' in the text search entry field of your web browser. Some other keywords to try: 'polyhedron', 'fractal', 'fluid', 'flow', 'perspective', 'projection', 'differential', 'infinit', 'surface', 'algebra', 'geometry', 'series', 'product', 'sum', ... THE WONDERMENT OF IT ALL : Mathematics offers many occasions for wonderment at the logical and geometric beauties of that subject matter  and wonderment at some of the nobler accomplishments that are possible from the minds of humans. The development of mathematical knowledge over the centuries is an amazing human achievement. It is one of the 'purer' pursuits of man. Mathematics, like art, provides galleries of wondrous creations (or discoveries)  galleries based on subjects such as 2D geometry, 3D geometry, number theory, complex numbers, quaternions (complex numbers on steroids), theory of solving equations and the related group theory, permutations and combinations, probability theory, graph theory, set theory, combinatorics, game theory, topology, computing/automata theory, code breaking and secure encoding, probability, paradoxes, etc. etc. Enjoy mathematical videos on these subjects! 
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Here are some videos found by searches on phrases such as 'fractal animation'.
CONTRIBUTORS (OF FRACTAL VIDEOS): Here are some names/nicknames of some contributors of videos on fractals. The names are in approximate alphanumeric order. adam274195, Anas357, Andrew Bell, Apohpysis, Arthur Stammet, Artificator, bib993, Brad Pollock, capstoned, cottonceena, d3stp, Dave Grossman, Dave Morton, DeepZoomNet, dprogrammers, EddAardvark, Felix Hoenikker, fractal, Fractal Kaleidoscope, Gavrav Vohra, GFranman, godisfractal, Gus Bracchi, Ian Patton, Jacob Bettany, JC Megabyte, jebidiam, jeronentsjiek, jocke, kellerkinderh, KompAddicted, Lucidia Revolution, LM Diplo, Mandelbulb, Marc Vanlindt MeditationHD, meegja, Orson Wang, overand, Paul From Stoke UK, pgmatg, PhotoCaleidoscope, pixeldelic, Russ McClay, sean bell, Simon Detheridge, sockcutter, Studio Esther, Tam3n, tekknojunkie, TenyoMarchev, Thomas Moser, Tiedyeman REFERENCES (ON FRACTALS): Here are some links to more information on fractals: You may find it instructive to follow links in Wikipedia articles. 
Here are some videos found by searches on phrases such as 'polyhedron animation'.
CONTRIBUTORS (ON POLYHEDRONS): Here are some names/nicknames of some contributors of videos on polyhedrons. The names are in approximate numeroalphabetic order. Richard Hennigan, takashiyoshinorw REFERENCES (ON POLYHEDRONS) : Here are some links to more information on polyhedrons:

Here are some videos found by searches on phrases such as 'fluid flow simulation'.
CONTRIBUTORS (OF FLUID VIDEOS) : Here are some names/nicknames of some contributors of videos on fluids. The names are in approximate numeroalphabetic order. See Mark Stock's site at markjstock.org for some flowing forms, still and animated. REFERENCES (ON FLUIDS): Here are some links to more information on fluids: You may find it instructive to follow links in these Wikipedia articles. 
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Page was created 2014 Aug 11.
