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In this video, we describe how, thirty years later, we recreated a historically significant rendering of a vibrating L-Shaped Membrane in MATLAB 3.5, running on a 1987 Ardent Titan Graphics Supercomputer (TITAN-MATLAB).

 

In this video, we describe how, thirty years later, we recreated a historically significant rendering of a vibrating L-Shaped Membrane in MATLAB 3.5, running on a 1987 Ardent Titan Graphics Supercomputer (TITAN-MATLAB).

Cleve Moler's blog posts on the Titan can be found here: https://blogs.mathworks.com/cleve/2013/11/25/the-ardent-titan-part-1/ and https://blogs.mathworks.com/cleve/2013/12/09/the-ardent-titan-part-2/

A special challenge was to properly capture the video output of the Titan; the following short video details the problem and the solution we found: