represents a stadium of radius r between the points {x1,y1} and {x2,y2}.

# Examples

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## Basic Examples(5)

Different defining points:

Get the Area of a stadium:

The area of a stadium:

## Scope(16)

### Graphics(6)

#### Specification(3)

Specify points:

Short form for the standard stadium at the origin:

#### Styling(2)

Color directives specify the face colors of stadiums:

FaceForm and EdgeForm can be used to specify the styles of the interiors and boundaries:

Boundaries of a stadium:

#### Coordinates(1)

Points can be Dynamic:

### Regions(10)

Embedding dimension:

Geometric dimension:

Point membership test:

Get conditions for point membership:

Area:

Centroid:

Distance from a point:

The distance to the nearest point in the standard stadium:

Signed distance from a point:

Signed distance to the standard stadium:

Nearest point in the region:

Nearest points:

A stadium is bounded:

Get its range:

Integrate over a stadium:

Optimize over a stadium:

Solve equations in a stadium:

## Applications(4)

Plot a function over a stadium:

Create a 3D stadium extrusion with RegionProduct:

Using a series of stadiums (and a disk), create a stick figure:

Use RotationTransform to make the stick figure's limbs pivot:

Make a spring visualization from a collection of stadiums. Make a function that creates a set of stadiums for the front half of the spring and another for the back half, given that each stadium has a horizontal component of :

Set the top layer of the spring to a lighter gray than the back and make it interactively stretchable using Manipulate:

## Properties & Relations(6)

Disk is the limit of StadiumShape as p1 approaches p2:

The 3D version of StadiumShape is CapsuleShape:

A StadiumShape formed from the RegionUnion of disks and a rectangle:

The area is the sum of the disk and quadrilateral areas:

StadiumShape is all points no more than from a Line:

ImplicitRegion can represent any StadiumShape:

A thick, rounded Line looks like a StadiumShape:

## Neat Examples(3)

A family of stadiums:

Digital petals:

Wolfram Research (2015), StadiumShape, Wolfram Language function, https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/StadiumShape.html.

#### Text

Wolfram Research (2015), StadiumShape, Wolfram Language function, https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/StadiumShape.html.

#### CMS

Wolfram Language. 2015. "StadiumShape." Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center. Wolfram Research. https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/StadiumShape.html.