April 03, 2012
Good news! Google’s Graphical Calculator is now 3D & animated!
In December of last year, Google had announced that it had added a graphing calculator to its search results ¾ the answer to their users mathematical search queries.
As explained by Google, their users can now plot Math graphs. Instead of using Wolfram Alpha, users will now be provided with an interactive graph when they search for a Math function or a list of functions separated by commas. Users can now also zoom in and out and pan across the plane, if they want to explore the function in more detail.
Google’s new graphing calculator covers an extensive range of single variable functions. This includes trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and their compositions, which are available in modern browsers. Users can also do a search for [sin(x) from -pi to pi] or add extraneous words like “plot”, “graph” to the query (example: [graph ln(x)]).
Now, Google had brought its graphing calculator to a new level with its announcement of its latest addition of an animated and interactive version to their graphing calculator.
At present, if you do a search for certain math equations like [sqrt(x*x+y*y)+3*cos(sqrt(x*x+y*y))+5 from -20 to 20], the Google graphing calculator will return a 3D and animated graphical display, letting you see an animated and 3D search results.
This latest feature does one-up Wolfram Alpha‘s graphic calculator with its animated free graphs. And it could really be useful for professional SEO and Google users.
This latest search result feature is enabled by a technology called WebGL, which is used by Google in their Search for the first time.
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