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We are currently using this program called NonEuclid but it is a little frustrating to use sometimes and I was wondering if anyone knows another program for hyperbolic geometry.

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'For hyperbolic geometry' covers an awful lot of terrain - can you be more specific about what features you're looking for? Do you want 'the stuff that NonEuclid does, only better' or are there particular tools you want available? – Steven Stadnicki Feb 13 '12 at 20:17
@StevenStadnicki I was looking for programs that do things similar to NonEuclid. It is the only program I know that does this sort of modeling and I wanted to know if anyone knows any other similar programs. – russjohnson09 Feb 13 '12 at 23:54
It looks as though there's another set of tools for Cabri; see for more details. Cinderella ( also looks to have a hyperbolic geometry package of some sort, but beyond that I'm not seeing much, sadly. This sort of specialized math software tends to fall by the wayside (and into disrepair) far too quickly. – Steven Stadnicki Feb 14 '12 at 0:28
I use extensively Ciderella and it is wonderful for the circle model (and for the sphere too!). Of course, it is not free software. I don't know any software for the half-plane model, but I make ad hoc constructions with Geogebra – H. Kabayakawa Jun 4 '12 at 17:32

Maybe these will help:

Geometry Software

The Hyperbolic Toolbox


Interactive Non-Euclidean Geometry 1.0

Regards -A

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I wasn't aware of these tools! thanks ;-) – amWhy May 11 '13 at 0:34
@amWhy: I am familiar to the third and the fourth ones. :-+) – Babak S. May 11 '13 at 4:48

You might check out Geometry Explorer. I recently ran across it and have been impressed by it thus far. Enjoy!

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