Be sure to check out the Lynx Online Editor, the successor to Lynx for Windows!
Meet Lynx, the math drawing tool
Ever wondered what it would be like to create artwork with math? Well, now you can! Lynx is a little program I wrote that uses coordinate graphs to draw pictures. You can change the pen size, background, pen color, and more! Lynx is unique in that it teaches you about coordinate graphs in an entertaining way.
Creating Lynx was not easy, mainly because nobody else had really attempted this. I had to overcome several obstacles by tinkering with the code. Please realize that this will not the last version of Lynx, and that it is a work in progress. Anyways, when you are ready to download Lynx, click the button below. Have fun!
Works on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10. You must have the .NET Framework 4.0 or later to run Lynx.
Only about 400 kilobytes of storage are needed to download and run Lynx. It is recommended that you run Lynx on a system with at least 3 gigabytes of RAM, as limited amounts of memory can lead to the program not functioning correctly.
If you need help getting started with Lynx, the Lynx Wiki is a great place to visit. Click here to check it out.
Download an older version
Want to try out an older version of Lynx? If you do, visit this link.