Steffen Weber

Dr. Weber (Ph.D.) has created a range of charity-ware products, most dealing with his research into quausicrystals. While most of his software is of an academic nature, you don't need to understand the science to appreciate the beautiful patterns created by his crystal software.

You can learn much more about his research and view some of the interesting images created by his software at his site.

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I herewith introduce/join a concept of software called CAREWARE (November 1996) Basically it is software that you can copy and distribute freely. I only ask that if you like my software and you find it useful for whatever the purpose please do support UNICEF by any kind of donation. This can be done by donating money, buying UNICEF postcards or in some other way.

By creating CAREWARE I pursue three objectives.

  • I have fun writing the software
  • You benefit from the free software and might even find it useful
  • Children all over the world benefit if you decide to help UNICEF
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