0-enigma simulation. 2-grid game. 3-healing grid. Ryota Kanai Utrecht University, The Neatherlands (© 2005 Ryota Kanai) The image is regular at the center, but the grid pattern is less regular at the peripheral parts of the images (both on the left and right edges).
As you stare at the center of the grid for say 20 seconds, the regularity of the grid pattern at the center spreads into the irregular parts in the periphery. 4-sound matrix. The Sound Matrix was a clever bit of flash that was mailed to me some time back.
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For instance, a2,1 represents the element at the second row and first column of a matrix A. Applications of matrices are found in most scientific fields. In every branch of physics, including classical mechanics, optics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and quantum electrodynamics, they are used to study physical phenomena, such as the motion of rigid bodies. 5-spacetime curvature.