Welcome to Issue #31, “Under the Microscope”
Blender provides an excellent tool set for producing simulations, visualizations and walk-throughs, as well as educational videos based on the various research projects. In this issue we take a look at some of the exciting ways that Blender is being used for research and education.
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Also be sure to check out our gallery of wonderful images submitted by very talented members of our community.
Table of Contents:
- Physics of Circular Motion
- A World of Rotations
- BioBlender: Blender for Biologists
- Educational Science and Engineering videos
- Computer Sim. and Modeling of Liquid Droplets
- The Transporters
- Microorganismal Worlds
And Lot More…
Reminder: Submissions for issue #32 due February 5th,