*with JavaView*

Branching of the geodesic flow at a conjugate point. |

*Visual Geometry Pages*are an online geometry site illustrating problems from differential geometry and mathematical visualization using applets, images, animations, and Java software. The main focus lies on the possibility to interact with geometries and the corresponding mathematical problems while studying the topics. The reader can investigate selected topics in geometry in a multimedia environment and get experimental insight beyond classic written textbooks.

Platonic Solids |
Regular Platonic solids and its cousins in space forms. |

Surfaces |
Classic surfaces in differential geometry. |

Curves on Surfaces |
Classic curves on smooth surfaces. |

Minimal Surfaces |
Minimal surfaces and soap films |

CMC Surfaces |
Constant mean curvature surfaces |

Klein Bottle |
Construction of non-orientable surfaces. |

Harmonic Maps |
Harmonic maps on polyhedral surfaces. |

Quickly evaluate explicitly given formulas (external links to JavaView homepage):

Type a Curve |
Type the equations of your favorite curve. |

Type
a Surface |
Type the equations of your favourite surface. |

Study ODEs |
Type and study ordinary differential equations. |

Root Finder |
Type a function and find its roots. |

The interactive applets of the *Visual Geometry Pages* use **
JavaView**, an interactive
viewer for 3D geometries and a numerical software library. Just like
inserting an image or a video into an HTML page,

**displays interactive geometries inside web pages. This allows the reader to interactively turn around the models and apply advanced visualization techniques, as well as, additionally, to experiment with sophisticated mathematical algorithms. Further demos and tutorial for writing own applets, see the JavaView homepage http://www.javaview.de.**

*JavaView*Work on the *Visual Geometry Pages* is in progress ....