Lissajous figures are the
result of the composition of two harmonic orthogonal motions.
Depending on the frequencies ratio (integer or rational)
the result may be highly complex.
plots Lissajous figures originated from two cosine
functions of two
different frequencies and whose arguments have a
constant phase shift.
one has first to write down the two frequencies and the phase shift (degrees).
The resulting figures are very sensitive
to the ratio of frequencies.
PLAY: Plots Lissajous figure provided the parameter
values are properly written down.
STOP: Stops plotting.
mouse button: detaches the applet from the