Constantly imagining and manipulating 3D mathematical structures in our heads for class was a bit cumbersome. We believed that if we had a tool like this, our experiences might ease up a bit.
What it does
After the user enters in a function, the solution creates a 3D visualization of the function and imposes it on a camera feed. This results in a 3D math graph appearing as if it was in real life.
How we built it
The main components of the app are:
-a string parser, which receives input from the user and formats it;
-a calculator, which used the string parser info to calculate points on the graph;
-a grapher, which creates a 3D scene, plots the points and creates a mesh; and
-augmented components, which creates the augmented affect
Challenges we ran into:
-Getting different functions and libraries to work together -Creating a function to make a mesh based of the points -Security Issues -Styling
Accomplishments that we're proud of
Getting the project done getting the functions to work together Mesh and rendering components producing proper output
What we learned
What's next for Math IRL
Advance features International distribution