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Demonstrations 101 - 120 of 219
Optical Rogue Waves (Rogons)
Caustics on Spline Curves
Single-Slit Diffraction Using Feynman's Method
Propagation of Reflected and Refracted Waves at an Interface
A Double Parabola with Retroreflection Properties
Reflection of Parallel Rays by a Two-Dimensional Body of Nearly Maximal Resistance
Laser Lineshape and Frequency Fluctuations
Time-Averaged Moiré Fringes
Radially Polarized Laser Beam Intensity Distributions
Catacaustics Generated by a Point Source
Motion/Pursuit Law on Invariant Circles (Visual Depth Perception 4)
Motion/Pursuit Law in 2D (Visual Depth Perception 3)
Understanding Polarization with an Analogy
Cardinal Elements of an Aging Human Eye Model with a Gradient-Index Crystalline Lens
Intensity Distribution for Multiple Slit Diffraction
Transient Response of a Semiconductor Laser
Reflective Properties of Conic Sections
Stokes Parameters for Superposition of Two Slightly Noncollinear Polarized Beams
Stokes Parameters for the Superposition of Two Slightly Noncollinear Light Beams with Orthogonal Polarizations
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