# User:Inductiveload/Gallery

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Welcome to my gallery. This is a collection of some images that I think are among my best. For a full list of my edits and uploads, please see my contributions. Please do not edit this page. If you would like to make a comment please do so on my Talk Page. |

## Contents

- 1 3D Mathematical Objects
- 2 2D Mathematical Plots and Diagrams
- 3 Astronomy
- 4 Electronics
- 5 Physics
- 6 Sounds
- 7 Gears
- 8 Polarisation
- 9 Computational Geometry
- 10 Diffraction
- 11 Logos and Coats of Arms, etc
- 12 Aviation
- 13 Other stuff
- 14 Integrated Circuits
- 15 Data Storage Devices
- 16 Batteries
- 17 Connectors
- 18 Photography
- 19 Anaglyphs
- 20 Resources

## 3D Mathematical Objects[edit]

Möbius Strip (see also the page Möbius Strip)

## 2D Mathematical Plots and Diagrams[edit]

## Astronomy[edit]

## Electronics[edit]

### Binary Codes (Gray, etc)[edit]

Binary-Reflected Gray Coding Mask | Natural Binary Coding Mask |
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See also US Patent 2632058 (Frank Gray) |

## Physics[edit]

At the moment (Oct 2007) the next three SVGs do not render correctly, as they use the Inkscape blur feature which is not supported. However, hopefully it will be soon.

### Nuclear Physics[edit]

## Sounds[edit]

### DTMF[edit]

One second DTMF tones for all 16 keys (1-9, A-D, *, #).

1 | 2 | 3 | A |

4 | 5 | 6 | B |

7 | 8 | 9 | C |

* | 0 | # | D |

## Gears[edit]

### Spur Gears[edit]

### Unwin's Construction of an Involute Spur Gear[edit]

Unwin's Construction is a method of drawing a close approximation to an involute gear tooth. There are 8 images in the series and a complete description of the method can be found on the page Unwin's Construction.

## Polarisation[edit]

## Computational Geometry[edit]

### Delaunay Triangulation[edit]

## Diffraction[edit]

### Density Plots[edit]

These density plots are highly detailed and need to be veiwed at full resolution for best effect. The images here are half-size. The wavlegnth is 800nm, and the slit separation is 0.1mm.

#### Two Slits[edit]

The wave near the slits (0.15mm across by 0.075mm high). This is looking down at the the wave at t=0.

This the same area, but averaged over a full cycle, to reveal the finging pattern

Further out (200mm across by 5 metres high). There are a lot of distortion and false patterns due to moiré and beat frequencies between the wave's frequency and the pixel/sampling frequency of the image/plotting.

Averaging over a full cycle reveals the simple fringe structure:

#### Three Slits[edit]

## Logos and Coats of Arms, etc[edit]

## Aviation[edit]

## Other stuff[edit]

## Integrated Circuits[edit]

## Data Storage Devices[edit]

### Cards[edit]

## Batteries[edit]

- AAA Battery (Labelled).svg
AAA Battery

## Connectors[edit]

### USB[edit]

## Photography[edit]

"God, our Father, on the Rainbow". Fountain in Nacka Strand, Sweden by Carl Milles.