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Visualizing gravity warping the fabric of spacetime

Related posts:In general relativity vizualizations what are the equations of grids? How exactly does curved space-time describe the force of gravity? Solving the physics equation makes the problem ...
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How can I get smooth of this picture?

Export as PDF (vector-based, no rasterization): Export["~/Desktop/my.pdf", my] Export as high-resolution bitmap: ...
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Extrusion of a parametric surface with different face and boundary colours

At first we can set the PlotRange->{-3,3} to cut the surface to see that although the outisde of the thick surface is red, the inside of such thick surface is ...
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Extrusion of a parametric surface with different face and boundary colours

This is rather an workaround that creates a separate "extruded" surface (there might be a much more direct way to do it) ...
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Viewing a 3D object from inside

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When I arrange two 3d-plots using Grid, position of axes-y changes

plot = Plot3D[{x^2 + y^2, -x^2 - y^2}, {x, -2, 2}, {y, -2, 2}, ColorFunction -> "RustTones"]; Using ...
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How to draw such a sphere with mesh

Using kglr's answer to Jeener's Flower Width of the mesh bands w = 1/3; Number of mesh bands n = 25; ...
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3D plotting of parametric curved surface

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How to draw such a sphere with mesh

Besides of the Mesh method, here we provide a region method. We construct some holes in the Parameter {u,v}-domain. d is the ...
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How to draw such a sphere with mesh

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3D plotting of parametric curved surface

Edit To get a smooth filling,we seperately draw the pieces of boundary surfaces. ...
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How to draw circle passing through points in 3D?

reg=Region[Style[ RegionIntersection[Circumsphere[{pB, pC, pF, pE}], InfinitePlane[pB, {pB - pC, pF - pB}]], Directive@{Cyan, Thick}]] We can also find the ...
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SpherePoints problem

This is just out of curiosity regarding @DanielHuber comment. If you image the points to be electrical charged and considers the energy, then the configuration with 45 degree rotated faces has lower ...
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SpherePoints problem

I hope this picture is self-explanatory. I use the so-called Lambert cylindrical equal area projection which maps the sphere to a cylinder, area to equal area. Please, notice periodicity along each ...
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Spherical Shell Heatmap

First of all it is a fake density plot (like most (if not all) of the posts in your link in OP) since density computed in 2D and then wrapped around a sphere is not same as if the density was computed ...
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How to put a polygon and a line on a 3D plot

Using Region functionality: ...
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How can I use GLSL shaders within Mathematica?

As it turns out, it is entirely possible in 14.0 to write your own custom shaders as this video by Yuzhu Lu demonstrates. In addition, a number of custom shaders are available to read in: Mathematica\...
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Need help to 3D plot of the letter W

Based upon cvgmt's answer to Numbers in love ...
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