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13 February 2006

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Bright Ideas Software® Releases OneStone® Math for the Desktop PC

Cheyenne, Wyoming - 13 February 2006 - Bright Ideas Software is proud to announce the availability of OneStone Math for the PC, a revolutionary calculus program incorporating stunning 2 and 3D graphics and a powerful symbolic math engine in an easy to use format. An extensive and expandable feature set provides tools for graphical and numerical analysis of functions, derivatives, integrals and vectors. OneStone Math builds on the technology showcased in our 3DSurface Viewer, but provides far greater capabilities. Features include:

  • up to 8 curves/surfaces can be displayed at once;
  • contour and grid lines can be superimposed directly on surfaces at user-defined intervals;
  • 2 and 3D graphs are depicted simultaneously, permitting, for example, the viewing of level curves in a traditional 2D format while also seeing their actual spatial relationships in 3D;
  • images and text can be printed, or copied to the clipboard for use in other documents;
  • uses OpenGL 3D graphics, exploiting the capabilities of modern graphics cards to produce instantaneous response to user input;
  • last but not least, it's inexpensive enough for any student's budget!

Pricing and Availability: OneStone Math for the Desktop PC is available in time-limited trial form. Try it for 10 days, and if you like it, a registration key can be purchased for $50 USD. Registered users will receive free updates and special discount offers on other products. For more information, please visit

Mathematical Association of America Publishes our 3DSurface Viewer

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) has published the 3DSurface Viewer on their Digital Classroom Resources Site! The Viewer joins a small number of free math tools which have been 'classroom tested and peer reviewed' by MAA members. BIS is proud of this recognition, and would like to thank the MAA.

About Bright Ideas Software: Bright Ideas Software was formed in 2001 with the goal of producing high quality educational software for the college and university market, with particular focus on graphical visualization tools for the physical sciences. We are located in southern New Mexico. For more information, see

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