Click the above link to download the program. (14 Jul 12)
Page last updated: 14 Jul 12
Wingeom is for high-precision geometric constructions in both two and three dimensions. Drawings can be highlighted and animated in a variety of ways, as these sample files show (12 Jul 10).
The on-line help pages are kept current (14 July 12).
There is also some supplementary material (tutorials and labs) available (6 May 12).
If the program behaves strangely, there is a page of FAQ, which may help. If not, you can e-mail me at the address found in the programís Help|About dialog box.
One way to insert a Wingeom diagram into a webpage is to create an SVG file.
For those who have had trouble finding a font that enables Greek letters and other special symbols, try the MS LineDraw font.
Click here for additional program information and history. (24 Jul 09)
Australian (prepared with the help of
Heather McMaster) (14 Jul 12)
Croatian (prepared with the help of Vjenceslav Bakovic) (14 Jul 12)
Dutch (prepared with the help of Max Blommestijn) (14 Jul 12)
German (prepared with the help of Dietmar Strube, who has also translated a tutorial) (14 Jul 12)
Hungarian (prepared with the help of Peter Csiba) (14 Jul 12)
Korean (prepared with the help of Changsoo Lee) (14 Jul 12)
Polish (prepared with the help of Piotr Pawlikowski) (14 Jul 12)
Portuguese (prepared with the help of Franciele Cristine Mielke, who has also translated two tutorials) (14 Jul 12)
Russian (prepared with the help of Anatoly Koryanov) (14 Jul 12)
Slovak (prepared with the help of Peter Csiba and Dusan Vallo) (14 Jul 12)
Spanish (prepared with the help of Alejandro Segade, who also maintains a geometry webpage) (14 Jul 12)
Turkish (prepared with the help of Ismail Ozgur Zembat) (14 Jul 12)
14 Jul: Another small repair to report: The min and max functions were allowing only two arguments; now they allow several, as in [min](AB,BC,CA).
23 Jun: A small repair to report: In 3D windows, spherical segments were not being described correctly in the History.
6 May: Responding to a request that Wingeom offer more assistance in the creation of animations, I have uniformly extended the multiple-page export of graphics to all five formats. When it makes sense to do so, the program will ask the user to choose a parameter to index multiple-page output. (This was also done for Winplot a few days ago.) Dietmar Strube sent me an animated GIF that he created with Wingeom. One additional modification: the Voronoi window now samples the color palette differently.
1 Jan: Thanks to a report from a veteran user, I was able to correct the 3D inscribed-sphere function, which was miscalculating badly. It seems to be ok now. Happy New Year!