## Video-lecture with most views in computational geometry

# Hyperbolic - Computational Geometry - Prof N J Wildberger - Lecture 6 of 10

Pure Mathematics Seminar given at UNSW in the School of Mathematics and Statistics. AssocComputational Geometry - Prof N J Wildberger explains a new approach to hyperbolic geometry which links it directly to Einstein and Minkowski's relativistic g...

# Hyperbolic Geometry - Computational Geometry - Prof N J Wildberger - Lecture 5 of 10

This is an advanced lecture, suitable for advanced undergraduates, graduate students and professional mathematicians or physicists. For a more gentle and elementary introduction to Universal Hyperbolic Geometry, see my YouTube series by that name,...

# Projective Relativistic - Computational Geometry - Prof N J Wildberger - Lecture 4 of 10

This is an advanced lecture, suitable for advanced undergraduates, graduate students and professional mathematicians or physicists. For a more gentle and elementary introduction to Universal Hyperbolic Geometry, see my YouTube series by that name,...

# Projective Relativistic - Computational Geometry - Prof N J Wildberger - Lecture 1 of 10

This is the full lecture of a seminar on a new way of thinking about Hyperbolic Geometry, basically viewing it as relativistic geometry projectivized, that I gave a few years ago at UNSW. We discuss three dimensional relativistic space and its qua...

# An introduction to Hyperbolic Triangle - Computational Geometry - Prof N J Wildberger - Lecture 2 of 10

This lecture assumes no familiarity with either classical or universal hyperbolic geometry, and introduces only the concepts of perpendicularity, midpoints and bilines (analogs of angle bisectors) via simple projective constructions using the fixe...