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Introduction to 3D Graphics through Excel

Informatics in Education Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 1648-5831


The article presents a method of explaining the principles of 3D graphics through making a revolvable and sizable orthographic parallel projection of cuboid in Excel. No programming is used. The method was tried in fourteen 90 minute lessons with 181 participants, which were Informatics teachers, undergraduates of Applied Informatics and gymnasium (grammar school) students. Questionnaire surveys were conducted. The results are being discussed.


Benacka, J. (2013). Introduction to 3D Graphics through Excel. Informatics in Education, 12(2), 221-230. Retrieved May 9, 2021 from .

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