MathMap Cocoa

Application Overview

Q: What, exactly, is it?
A: MathMap is an image manipulation/creation tool for Mac OS X (Cocoa).
It is capable of compiling/interpreting a mathematical formula and rendering beautiful images/movies according to the given expression.
(If you want to get the most out of it, consider installing the Mac OS
Developer Package because compiled code runs much faster than
Q: Okay, so what can I do with it?
A: Almost everything you can specify in a mathematical formula :).
You can take an existing image and distort it according to
an arbitrary mathematical formula like for example creating
a ripple using a sine expression or creating a gradient.
You can also have it calculate animations by using time-variant expressions and return them in QuickTimeTM format.
MathMapper uses a special language - so take a closer look at
the language reference for detailed information and at the
language tutorial for some ideas.
Q: How do I use it?
A: See the GUI Tutorial for a quick introduction to the interface.
And again, visit the language tutorial for more in depth information.
Q: Are there any screenshots?
A: Here they are:

(click on the thumbnails to get a bigger version)
note: those are from the early days, so if you want to see how it looks today,
check out the introductory video.

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