can help you develop your 3D thinking by studying translational and rotational movements in a 3D virtual space, using photo-realistic images of our nine planets. Planet Explorer lets you work interactively in two windows: a graphics display and an exercise database. It includes four self-study topics, and numerous exercises are efficiently organized in a graphics-enhanced open database to train you to visualize 3D geometry.
The program offers an easy, step-by-step, game-like learning framework, where you are guided from simple to more complex topics, which incorporate fun, game, and self-discovery features.
It automatically displays the number of exercises you have done and tried to do, the number of correct answers, as well as your grade, and enables you to create your own topics and exercises.