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Light Speed! is an OpenGL-based program developed to illustrate the effects of special relativity on the appearance of moving objects. In particular, the program allows users to see the manner in which an object is distorted based upon the viewpoint from which it is observed.

In particular, Lorentz contraction, Doppler shift, the headlight effect, and optical aberration issues are highlighted at relativistic velocities.
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Relativity
- Special Relativity
= Space Contraction
= Time Dilation
- Lower Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
= Lecture/Presentation
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R. Daniel, , WWW Document, (http://lightspeed.sourceforge.net/).
AJP/PRST-PER
R. Daniel, Light Speed!, , <http://lightspeed.sourceforge.net/>.
APA Format
Daniel, R. (n.d.). Light Speed!. Retrieved September 17, 2019, from http://lightspeed.sourceforge.net/
Chicago Format
Daniel, Richard. Light Speed!. http://lightspeed.sourceforge.net/ (accessed 17 September 2019).
MLA Format
Daniel, Richard. Light Speed!. sourceforge.net. 17 Sep. 2019 <http://lightspeed.sourceforge.net/>.
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@misc{ Author = "Richard Daniel", Title = {Light Speed!}, Volume = {2019}, Number = {17 September 2019}, Year = {} }
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