Get VRML2
~50K
Runner-up: "Computer-Aided Engineering" magazine's 1998 VRML Contest. Results in June issue.

Interactive Schmidt Parallel Offset Rotational Coupling

Click red/green sphere to stop/start rotation.
Click blue sphere to adjust offset of input and
output shafts.
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~11K
Interactive Rotating Universal Joint

Click-hold up/down arrows to change input/output angles. Click red/green sphere to stop/start rotation. Click-hold blue sphere to reverse rotation.
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~125K
Entry #2: "Computer-Aided Engineering" magazine's 1998 VRML Contest.

Interactive Precision Miter/Bevel Cutter

Hold leftmouse on +- control panel icons above numbers (1-7) to activate associated labeled components.
1) Raise/lower entire unit to align horizontal laser with workpiece.
2) Tilt blade right/left about horizontal laser for bevel angle.
3) Slide blade in/out within cutting plane.
4) Move blade transversely to align cutting plane with horizontal laser.
5) Swing blade up/down within cutting plane.
6) Translate workpiece left/right to align cut edge with horizontal laser.
7) Rotate workpiece about vertical laser for miter angle.
Click on end of motor to stop/start blade rotation.
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~3K
Interactive Rotating Marbles Puzzle

Initial state has 4 clusters of marbles matching
the colors of +- spin controls at each corner.
The 4 quadrants are separated by horizontal and
vertical cyan marbles. Spin each of the 4
intersecting circles to scramble and unscramble.
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~40K
Interactive Octahedron Sphere Puzzle

Initial state has 3 mutually perpendicular
"equators" - each comprised of 4 edges. Red,
green, yellow equators. Rotate blue faces to
scramble and unscramble.
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~50K
Interactive Tetrahedron Sphere Puzzle

Seems solvable in 3 moves at most.
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~200K
Prototype for Dodecahedron Sphere Puzzle

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~90K
Spur and Bevel Gears
Get VRML2 ~13K


24 Instances of One Gear Sync-rotating on a Baseball Seam

Get VRML2 ~25K


50 Instances of One Wireframe Gear Sync-rotating on a Sphere

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~62K
Escher Knot Moving Along its Trefoil Path

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