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PolygonFlux™ 1.1

Portland, Oregon - January 11, 2012 - John Miller has released PolygonFlux ... an app that lets iPad users "Experience the energy flow within polygons".

Miller patterned the app after a Polygonal Billiards program written decades ago at Lewis & Clark College. He has coined the term "Fluxagon" to refer to energized polygons containing a flux of lines. Fluxagons can be manipulated by the PolygonFlux App on the iPad.

Portland, Oregon - June 3, 2013 - John Miller will release PolygonFlux 1.1. The purpose of this release was to fix a boo boo regarding retina iPads - the 'shooter' couldn't be dragged some of the time. We also improved the resolution (scaling) of the fluxagons in the album, and added a theme mimicking PolygonTrix.

Author's Statement

I think PolygonFlux will be a memorable experience for many young people, just as the Kaleidoscope, the Etch-a-Sketch, and Rubik's Cube were for other generations. I hope people of all ages will spend hours with this emmersive, entertaining, educational tool.

PolygonFlux gracefully and dynamically combines Geometry, Art, and Technology.

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