GAviewer, interactive visualization software for geometric algebra. Geometric algebra is a consistent computational framework for geometric programming. It has new, geometrically meaningful products to calculate directly with the subspaces of a vector space. This capability considerably reinforces and extends the linear algebra techniques traditionally used in computer graphics and robotics. It naturally integrates other useful frameworks (such as complex numbers, quaternions and Plücker coordinates.) into real geometry.
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- Dorst, Leo: Conformal Villarceau rotors (2019)
- Orouji, Niloofar; Sadr, Ali: A hardware implementation for colour edge detection using Prewitt-inspired filters based on geometric algebra (2019)
- Breuils, Stéphane; Nozick, Vincent; Fuchs, Laurent: A geometric algebra implementation using binary tree (2017)
- Tingelstad, Lars; Egeland, Olav: Automatic multivector differentiation and optimization (2017)
- Dorst, Leo: The construction of 3D conformal motions (2016)
- Klawitter, Daniel: Reflections in conics, quadrics and hyperquadrics via Clifford algebra (2016)
- Kanatani, Kenichi: Understanding geometric algebra. Hamilton, Grassmann, and Clifford for computer vision and graphics (2015)
- Druoton, Lucie; Fuchs, Laurent; Garnier, Lionel; Langevin, Rémi: The non-degenerate Dupin cyclides in the space of spheres using geometric algebra (2014)
- Fuchs, Laurent; Théry, Laurent: Implementing geometric algebra products with binary trees (2014)
- Goldman, Ron; Mann, Stephen; Jia, Xiaohong: Computing perspective projections in 3-dimensions using rotors in the homogeneous and conformal models of Clifford algebra (2014)