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In what ways can TeX be used beyond document production?

What else can we create in LaTeX besides aesthetically beautiful typeset documents? I know we can create theses, monographs, books, we can draw using PSTricks or TikZ and create slides with Beamer, but what else can we do? I do not know, but how to create mailers? How to create animations? These are just a few suggestions. What else can we create in LaTeX? How to go beyond LaTeX?

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marked as duplicate by Keks Dose, lockstep, David Carlisle, Count Zero, Paul Gaborit Jan 29 '13 at 10:29

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For what concern animations, on the site there are lots of examples; some references: How can we display fireworks?, How can we draw a Hannukah Menorah with decorations, using TikZ? and Explanatory bubbles in beamer. – Claudio Fiandrino Jan 29 '13 at 10:04
Please be reluctant with respect to creating new tags and make sure that indispensable new tags are spelled correctly. For the present question, latex-project seems to be sufficient. – lockstep Jan 29 '13 at 10:04

Paper cases for CD/DVD with package cdpapercase. Is that some kind of what you're looking for?

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