Real Time Relativity is a computer program running on Windows or Mac OSX systems that allows the user to interactively experience a virtual relativistic world. See screenshot at right.

It was developed at the ANU by Lachlan McCalman, Antony Searle, Craig Savage and Michael Williamson. It follows on from our work on the Backlight relativistic ray tracer, and the Through Einsteins Eyes web site.
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What's NEW?

21st April 2009
- Version: 1.6.0 Released

Mac version now available

2007
Paper: Exploration Learning of Special Relativity
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