While reading this manual you may have experienced Cinderella as a powerful tool for doing experiments and constructions in Mathematics, Physics and other related topics. Moreover, you should also have seen that Cinderella is very well suited for the creation of interactive content for web pages about mathematics, physics or even music. If you want to get an impression of the variety of applications and possibilities of Cinderella created content we recommend visiting the internet portal www.mathe-vital.de.
At Mathe-Vital you will find a huge collection of interactive course material. The word Vital here is an bareviation for Visual interactive tools for advanced learning. The collection not only covers classical topics from university mathematics (like linear algebra, calculus or geometry) but also more popular topics like The relations of mathematics and music, mathematics and plant growth or fractals. Over the last three years the collection has grown to a size of all together roughly 500 applets. For most of these applets the underlying Cinderella files can be directly downloaded and used as a basis for own constructions or code analysis.
The collection in Mathe-Vital is organized in courses, modules and applets. Each course has roughly 12 to 30 modules. Each module contains between 2 and 7 applets. The screenshot of module icons shown below gives a rough impression of the variety of topics and graphical illustration techniques that are covered.
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