Recently a VRML component has been added to the project. It translates the output to VRML format, which has two advantages. (1) The surface may be looked at from any point of view in 3D. (2) The evolution of the surface, as a parameter of the system changes, can be seen. This addition to the project is the outcome of a summer graduate research assistantship.
To view the demo below, a program for viewing VRML files, such as Cortona, GLView, ModelPress Reader, openwrl or Cosmo Player, is required. Many of these may be integrated with the web browser. The wireframe rendering option is suggested for viewing the present demo.
The demo illustrates the evolution of the unstable manifold of the fattened sink map for increasing epsilon.