Along with added options for Left-Right and Red-Cyan Anaglyph stereoscopic outputs on the left side control panel…

I’ve added Interactive Hasse Visualizations to the #2 Dynkin Demonstration Pane. There is now a checkbox for showing the detail root vector data and Hasse visualizations (instead of the default interactive Dynkin pane). This is done from an integration of SuperLie 2.07 by P. Grozman.

I cleaned up some of the N-Body physics screens, and created a few animation sequences showing the simulation runs available (if you have Mathematica and source code (available upon request and appropriate use-case)).

This is a video of a preliminary Galaxy formation in N-Body gravitational physics.

This is a video of the solar system (not yet using the OpenCL N-Body code for GPU parallelism).

This is a video of the Compton Effect in 3D, which I plan on using to show how Big Bang Inflationary Quantum effects are explained.

I’ve also improved the capabilities of the other demonstrations.

I finally got around to watching the Avengers movie and noticed that the Tesseract Cosmic Cube looked much like the hyper-dimensional projections that I make with laser etched optical crystal.

The blue light is projected from a multi-colored LED base.

While I do have tesseract projections, the E8 projection on my home page seems most similar. Here are a few blue crystal photos I’ve taken that are also similar.

While the 3D model I used to create the 2D Van Oss projection isomorphic to E8 Petrie (and a beautiful pentagonal view), it was not the same as what was being used by Richter in his 3D “pre-Van-Oss” construction. Given my H (or x) and V (or y), the 3rd basis vector for this projections is most likely:
Z={0, -0.0801064, 0, 0.236818, 0, 0.0801064, 0, -0.236818}
which reproduces the Richter, Bathsheba and Wizzy’s 3D models. Interestingly, it produces one face (shown above) that is the same as all the orthonormal faces of 2 concentric 600 Cells (at the Golden Ratio). The 3rd unique face is:
I replaced the 3D spin movie of this on my main page with this new projection.

I have published my ToE.pdf to vixra.org http://vixra.org/abs/1006.0063 . While looking around vixra, I found a paper by Tony Smith on E8 http://vixra.org/pdf/0907.0006v1.pdf. It has much of the work on his website including references to Lisi and Bathsheba on their visualizations of E8. Some of the references are based on the 600 Cell set H4 & H4/Phi (shown by Richter to be isomorphic to E8). I can show the E8 Dynkin diagram can indeed be folded to H4.

The H4 and its 120 vertices make up the 4D 600 Cell (which is made up of 96 vertices of the snub-24 Cell and the 24 vertices of the 24 Cell=[16 vertex Tesseract=8-Cell and the 8 vertices of the 4-Orthoplex=16 Cell]). It can be generated from the 240 split real even E8 vertices using a 4×8 rotation matrix:
x = (1, φ, 0, -1, φ, 0, 0, 0)
y = (φ, 0, 1, φ, 0, -1, 0, 0)
z = (0, 1, φ, 0, -1, φ, 0, 0)
w = (0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, φ^2, 1/φ)

where φ=Golden Ratio=(1+Sqrt(5))/2

I find in folding from 8D to 4D, that the 6720 edge counts split into two sets of 3360 from E8’s 6720 length Sqrt(2).

I recreated here a E8 Petrie projection which is isomorphic to 2D split real even E8 Petrie projection (except it only produces half of the 6720 “shortest edge” counts, of different length). All of these use a single set of 3 projection basis vectors to produce a single 3D projected object with 3 unique faces. On one face, it has the famous E8 Petrie projection:

On another face it has a pentagonal projection:

On the third unique face is the hexagonal projection:

I created a movie (similar to those of Lisi) of the H4+H4/Phi 600 Cells that rotates the 2D H-V E8 face projection to the H-Z Pentagonal face (shown in the middle frames of the movie). This is an interesting rotation because this rotates through a square projection at around Pi/8.

I also created a 3D perspective spin of that projection (two sets of mutually orthogonal cubic faces). On YouTube:600 Cells 3D Spin. Download the higher quality .avi: cell6003Dspin2

Similar to the work of other 3D artists like Bathsheba and Wizzy in Second Life (SL), this object can be created in Real Life (RL) as 3D laser etched crystal or rezzed as a 3000+ prim object in SL.

The 3 (H,V,Z) basis projection vectors are:

While these are 8D vectors for the 600 cells – they could just as well be 4D (setting the last 4 to zero, as they are simply negatives of the first 4).

Orthogonally, the Zome like model from VisibLie_E8 shows: