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Developer Nanome
Publisher Nanome
Platform SteamVR
Device HTC Vive
Operating System Windows
Type Software
Genre Design & Illustration, Education, Software Training, Utilities, Design and Illustration, Software Training
Input Device Tracked motion controllers
Play Area Room-Scale
Language English
Review Positive
Release Date Nov 10, 2016
Price $24.99
App Store Steam
Infobox Updated 11/20/2016
Calcflow is a VR App.


We made a youtube tutorial series! Check it out!

Ever wanted to learn vector calculus?
See some crazy parametrized functions?
Did newton invent or discover calculus? Are we living in a simulation?

These are all questions this VR experience may be able to answer.

Calcflow is here. Open your mind to mathematics.
Explore the secrets to the universe.
Everything starts with the math.

Calcflow features intuitive ways you can learn the foundations of vector calculus.

You can finally explain the complexities of vector calculus to your friend!

Manipulate vectors with your hands, explore vector addition and cross product.
See and feel a double integral of a sinusoidal graph in 3D, a mobius strip and it's normal, and spherical coordinates!
Create your own parametrized function and vector field! Don't worry, if these mean like crazy mumbo jumbo, you can always explore some of our awesome presets and sample problems!

You can also create your own notes while you're exploring these amazing mathematical properties! Simply push the track pad and write away in 2D or 3D!


System Requirements



  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: i5 - 4590
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 780
  • Storage:


  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: i7 - 4790
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 980
  • Storage:

Setup Instructions

This VR game requires a play area of at least 2m x 1.5m.

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