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A jam submission

Linear Algebra VisualizerView project page

A visualization tool that helps understand Linear Algebra concepts.
Submitted by Nitsan — 5 hours, 16 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
How much I could potentially use it in the future#63.8183.818
How original or innovative it is#64.0914.091
How nice it is to use#203.9093.909

Ranked from 11 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Another one I wished I had years ago. Please improve on the controls and I will have a tool, which will help my daughters, when they will struggle with that stuff at some point in their life.


I'm happy it can be helpful to you :D
I will try my best to improve the controls.


I'm not smart enough to use it properly, but it looks like a really helpfull tool :D


Maybe in the future I will add some explanations that start from a more basic level :)


I've been wanting something like this for so long since I found it hard to grasp linear algebra, until very recently. Wish the controls is a lot easier, maybe something like the "Gumball" from Rhino3D or the usual rotation ball widget would make it a lot more usable and user friendly. No idea how to make the transformation matrices more malleable than just a bunch of values though.

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Yeah the transformations are a bit of annoying to define. When I get the chance I want to at least make the whole matrix a single input field, And add the option to save defined matrices.

I haven't heard of Rhino3d until now and I am looking at the Gumball command, it looks interesting, I will try to use it and maybe see if I can implement something similar.

Thank you for the feedback :)


Very nice visualization and pretty intuitive! I also liked the explanations, neat way to understand the different operations.


Thank you!


This is really neat! I could actually see this being used in schools - especially the matrices feature. 


I actually started with this tool to help myself understand some things in my computer graphics course.
Than I realized it could also be useful to other people as well.