Andrija Radovic´ 3D WEBGL Pages for Desktop and Mobile Platforms

        Some of the 3D objects used in webpages and texts on this website can be shown in any Internet browser equipped with WebGL.
        All 3D models can be freely rotated by pressing left mouse button and zoomed by rolling wheel button on wheel mouse. The 3D models can be moved by pressing the middle button or wheel, or by pressing ctrl key and left mouse key. These commands are compatible with the venerable Open Inventor’s interface. All 3D models are shown entirely by HTML5 WEBGL and JavaScript, completely without usage of any Java or Flash objects just to avoid irritation of any virus scanner and to avoid eventual violation of any sort of user’s privacy data too.
        Author of all 3D models on this webpage is website owner Andrija Radović and most of them are drawn by Andrija Radović in FreeCad and post processed in various programs and then converted into 3D WEBGL HTML suitable for both handhold devices like mobile phones and tablets, but for desk computers too.
        If you find that a similar 3D HTML drawing will fit nicely on your website then you can request a cooperation by an E-mail sent directly to 3Dpage@andrijar.com.
        Currently available 3D models are:

  1. Lorentz force from Doppler’s effect,

  2. Lorentz force acting to the current element,

  3. Mechanical interaction between conductive cage slider and permanent magnet,

  4. Mechanical interaction between conductive sheet and permanent magnet,

  5. Magnetic clutch: torque coupling between permanent magnet and conductive ring,

  6. Magnetic clutch more descriptive: torque coupling between permanent magnet and conductive ring,

  7. Magnetic clutch with confined magnetic circuit,

  8. Magnetic clutch with laminar improvement,

  9. Confined Asynchronous Motor preceding Circular Induction Pump,

  10. Advance Design of Confined Asynchronous Motor,

  11. Mismatching Poles’ Design of Asynchronous Motor,

  12. Design of Asynchronous Motor with fully confined magnetic field,

  13. Design of Asynchronous Motor with confined magnetic field disrupted by gaps,

  14. Design of Asynchronous Motor with confined magnetic field weakened by indentations,

  15. Tesla’s original AC motor design,

  16. Dobrovolsky’s improvement of Tesla’s original AC motor design,

  17. Ultra efficient and high-torque laminar AC motor design,

  18. More Elaborated Ultra efficient and high-torque laminar AC motor design,

  19. Genuine Faraday’s motor and N hypothesis implications,

  20. Faraday’s motor simplified by A. Radović and M hypothesis implications,

  21. Genuine Faraday’s generator and N hypothesis implications,

  22. Faraday’s generator simplified by A. Radović and M hypothesis implications,

  23. Gear’s Motor offers definite answer whether N or M hypothesis is the only correct one,

  24. Detailed Gear’s Motor offers definite answer whether N or M hypothesis is the only correct one,

  25. DC Asynchronous Gear’s Motor and gyro stabilization,

  26. Permanent Magnet Induction Pump,

  27. Watt regulator and absoluteness of rotational motion,

  28. Automatic Clutch and the absoluteness of rotational motion,

  29. Simplified Induction Pump,

  30. Circular Induction Pump,

  31. Linear Induction Pump,

  32. Optical and Microwave induction pump,

  33. Train hovers on magnetic field literatim pumping rails by induction pump,

  34. Silent submarine propelled by induction pump,

  35. Magnetic domains resemble to gears,

  36. Gears resemble to magnetic domains, (huge model with softened edges),

  37. Capacitor’s tranfromer,

  38. Coils with parallel windings: Neumann vs Ampere,

  39. Super dipole stick,

  40. Complex Super Dipole Antenna,

  41. Toroidal Recursive Electric Induction,

  42. Old official model of light’s electromagnetic wave,

  43. Unofficial model of light’s electromagnetic wave,

  44. Current official model of light’s electromagnetic wave,

  45. Basic Hall Antenna design according official narrative,

  46. Hall Antenna with confined E-M radiation according official narrative,

  47. Quadrupled Cell Hall Antenna according Light Refraction Formula,

  48. Hall Antenna according Light Refraction Formula,

  49. Demodulating Hall Antenna according Light Refraction Formula,

  50. Superior antenna based on Hall’s effect,

  51. Induction charge setup shows migration of the magnetic field itself,

  52. PWPM algorithm’s representation in generalized phase space, it is aimed to drive AC motors,

  53. Basic design of an electrostatic lifter,

  54. Melatonin friendly incandescent bulb with improved efficiency, durability and color rendering,

  55. Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) with 37% improved efficiency by half mirroring,

  56. LED bulb that mimics incandescent bulb illumination,

  57. Thought experiment 1: Intertwined Magnetism and Action-Reaction Paradox,

  58. Thought experiment 2: Contra-magnetic electromotor,

  59. Thought experiment 3: Confined magnetic field and DC electromotor,

  60. Thought experiment 4: Strange electromotor and retarded potentials,

  61. Thought experiment 5: Motional vs non-motional hypothesis,

  62. Thought experiment 6: Another debate about N or M hypotheis,

  63. Thought experiment 7: Confined magnetic field and DC electromotor,

  64. A demonstration of Blackett Effect with a CRT monitor with shielded cathode ray tube,

  65. Fall off two alkaline batteries aslo demonstrates Blackett Effect,

  66. Artificial Gravitational Field Generator with dipole,

  67. Artificial Gravitational Field Generator with mass,

  68. Gimbal Gyroscope and torque,

  69. Counter Gyroscopic Assembly and effective centrifugal force,

  70. Counter Gyroscopic Assembly and effective centrifugal force, more complex,

  71. Counter Gyroscopic Assembly and effective centrifugal force, more optimized,

  72. A comparison between free rotation of a fresh egg and a hard boiled one,

  73. Spiral pipe,

  74. Tornado pipe,

  75. Some 3D function 3D01,

  76. Some 3D function 3D02,

  77. Some function of quantum potential 3D03,

  78. Some 3D function 3D04,

  79. Some function of molecular quantum potential 3D05,

  80. Some 3D function 3D06,

  81. Some function of quantum potential 3D07,

  82. Some 3D function 3D08,

  83. Some 3D function 3D09,

  84. Some 3D function 3D10,

  85. Some function of quantum potential 3D11,

  86. Some function of quantum potential 3D12,

  87. Some function of quantum potential 3D13,

  88. Some function of quantum potential 3D14,

  89. Venerable teapot,

  90. Bimetal twisting spring with extended torsion’s linearity suitable for clocks and watches,

  91. Hollow compression spring with improved linearity, inspired by a medieval mechanism,

  92. Flying autobus with ultrasound improved lifters,

  93. Airplane with lifters instead jet engines,

  94. Airplane tires pre-rotation,

  95. Basic Wing’s Ultra Aerodynamic Profile,

  96. Basic Wing’s Stealth Ultra Aerodynamic Profile,

  97. Extra Wing’s Ultra Aerodynamic Profile,

  98. Extra Wing’s Stealth Ultra Aerodynamic Profile,

  99. Explanatory situation 1: Coriolis Force acts on moving ball in rotating groove,

  100. Explanatory situation 2: Coriolis Force acts on moving ball in rotating closed groove,

  101. Sundial didactical toy shows both current time and month, simultaneously proving Earth’s precession,

  102. Spherical Sundial didactical toy demonstrates steady motion of the shadow on spherical screen,

  103. Complex Sundial didactical toy demonstrates trigonometric characteristics of shadow’s angular and linear motions,

  104. Gyrodial didactical toy shows that gyroscope can maintain shadow seemingly motionless,

  105. Sunspeed didactical toy shows that proper shadow advances evenly over the line,

  106. Complex Sunspeed didactical toy shows that proper shadow advances evenly over the line,

  107. Modus Operandi of Complex Sunspeed didactical toy,

  108. SunspeedM didactical toy shows that proper shadow advances evenly over the line,

  109. Concept of Covid-19 vaccine,

  110. Theoretic S protein compound of SARS-CoV-2 virus obtained from its genetic code only,

  111. Spatial atomic positions in S protein of SARS-CoV-2 obtained from its genetic code only,

  112. Atomic fields in S protein of SARS-CoV-2 obtained from its genetic code only,

  113. Olfactory, i.e. odor zones in S protein of SARS-CoV-2 obtained from its genetic code only,

  114. Equipotent atomic field of SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  115. More descriptive Van der Waals field of SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  116. Classical presentation of molecular olfactory zones in SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  117. A presentation 7 of molecular olfactory zones in SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  118. A presentation 8 of molecular olfactory zones in SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  119. A presentation 9 of molecular olfactory zones in SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  120. A presentation 10 of molecular olfactory zones in SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  121. A presentation 11 of molecular olfactory zones in SARS-CoV-2 S protein obtained from its genetic code only,

  122. Demonstration of non-transparent medical imaging,

  123. Enhanced incandescent bulb’s illumination,

  124. Dice and probability: observer, uncertainty and freewill,

  125. A method to use UPS for home lightning,

  126. Cosy room demonstrates furniture disposition in low daylight environment,

  127. Hyper realistic 3D model as an objective speed test for handheld devices,

  128. Balls 3D model is aimed for objective speed test for handheld devices,

  129. Cogs 3D model is aimed for objective speed test for handheld devices,

  130. Jacks 3D model is aimed for objective speed test for handheld devices,

  131. Rings 3D model is aimed for objective speed test for handheld devices,

  132. Tetra 3D model is aimed for objective speed test for handheld devices,

  133. Tree 3D model is aimed for objective speed test for handheld devices,

  134. Residential 3Phase cord commonly used in Serbia and ex-YU countries.

 

        Sometimes it is quite difficult to obtain WEBGL to work at all, but it is usually attainable achievement - the main reason is strong intention of web browsers to discard older graphic cards regardless the fact that they are fully capable to drive WEBGL subset of HTML5 even with quite decent speed. This limitation can be surpassed by fine tuning of the web browser flags, i.e. it should be ordered to "override software rendering list" and sometimes WEBGL should be activated too (fine tuning flags are available on chrome:flags or about:config, other browsers have different address of flags webpage).

Dipl.-Ing. Andrija Radović