Video and graphics

Here are some examples of mathematical graphics and animations I’ve made. If you’d like me to make something for you, get in touch.

I’ve made mathematical animations for several of Matt Parker‘s videos. In Triangles 2: Triangle Harder I used PowerPoint to make the triangle diagrams and equations.
And in How Many Holes do Things Have I used GeoGebra to create the slightly creepy moving trousers.
On my own channel, I used Manim and DaVinci Resolve to create all the animations and graphics in the music video for More Than Nine Million Billion Ways.
And there’s a playlist of some animations I created in GeoGebra, just for fun. You can also see all the interactive resources I’ve published in GeoGebra.

Hello! I’m Sam Hartburn, a freelance maths author, editor and animator. I also dabble in music and write mathematical songs. Get in touch by emailing or using any of the social media buttons above.

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