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GeometricTransformation   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GeometricTransformation[g, tfun] represents the result of applying the transformation function tfun to the geometric objects corresponding to the primitives g. ...
Expandable Flat Ring   (Wolfram Demonstrations Project)
Scissors joints are arranged side by side to form a flat ring. The members of the scissors are angled at the hinge to ensure that each joint can move in radially as the ring ...
Circles on a Sphere   (Wolfram Demonstrations Project)
This Demonstration illustrates the use of geometric transformations to put circles on the surface of a sphere.
Visualizing Our Place in the Milky Way ...   (Wolfram Blog - August 21, 2013 - Jeffrey Bryant)
With a bit of Mathematica code and some NASA imagery, Jeff Bryant reconstructs a rich 3D picture and flyby video of our place in the Milky Way galaxy.
Exploding Art: da Vinci Code of Another ...   (Wolfram Blog - April 12, 2013 - Vitaliy Kaurov)
Rotate 3d images to reveal a hidden image. Mathematica & CDF provided the path for programmer to quickly make the app. Code details provided.
Graphics Transformations   (Mathematica Guide)
Rotate — rotate an object around any point (use Degree to specify degrees), Translate — translate an object by a certain vector displacement, Scale — scale graphical objects ...
TranslationTransform   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TranslationTransform[v] gives a TransformationFunction that represents translation of points by a vector v.
Translate   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Translate[g, {x, y, ...}] represents graphics primitives g translated by the vector {x, y, ...}. 8+Translate[g, {{x_1, y_1, ...}, {x_2, y_2, ...}, ...}] represents multiple ...
Geometric Transforms   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica's symbolic architecture and sophisticated mathematical capabilities allow it to take a uniquely high-level approach to geometric transformations—supporting ...
ShearingTransform   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ShearingTransform[\[Theta], v, n] gives a TransformationFunction that represents a shear by \[Theta] radians along the direction of the vector v, normal to the vector n, and ...
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