Illustrating mathematical concepts in video with Manim

Conclusions

Manim proves to be a perfect tool for presenting mathematical relationships as videos. The tool is comparatively easy to use and delivers results that would require considerably more effort using conventional methods.

The Author

Frank Hofmann works on the road – preferably from Berlin, Geneva, and Cape Town – as a developer, trainer, and author. He is also the coauthor of the Debian package management book (http://www.dpmb.org).

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