# The euclidean space $\mathbb E^3$

## What is $\mathbb E^3$?

The euclidean space corresponds to the “usual” 3D geometry we learn at school. It is the geometry of the flat real 3-dimensional vector space $\mathbb R ^3$.

Click on the button below to reveal a concrete model of $\mathbb E^3$.

## Some views of $\mathbb{E}^3$

**Warning:**
Some of the real-time simulations below requires a powerful graphic card.
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Click on the button below to reveal the fly commands.

The default controls to fly in the scene are the following.
You can choose your keyboard in the *Option controls* pannel in the top right corner of the window

Command | QWERTY keyboard | AZERTY keyboard |
---|---|---|

Yaw left | a | q |

Yaw right | d | d |

Pitch up | w | z |

Pitch down | s | s |

Roll left | q | a |

Roll right | e | e |

Move forward | arrow up | arrow up |

Move backward | arrow down | arrow down |

Move to the left | arrow left | arrow left |

Move the the right | arrow right | arrow right |

Move upwards | ' | ù |

Move downwards | / | = |

HD pictures of $\mathbb{E}^3$ can be found in the gallery

## Features of $\mathbb{E}^3$

Euclidean space is very familiar to us from everyday life, and so we have little to learn of its features from computer simulation. Nonetheless, a select few simulations below are included to allow comparison with other geometries.