Re: Superposition of 3D plots?
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- From: "Allan Hayes" <hay at haystack.demon.co.uk>
- Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 21:13:21 -0500 (EST)
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You can convert your bump to a wire frame version with the function
WireFrame from the package Graphics`Shapes` .
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<misselt at dirty.phys.lsu.edu> wrote in message
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> Hi - I have a question regarding the superposition of two
> 3d objects in Mathematica. The basic picture is of a bump
> rotating on a sphere. By generating a bump at different
> positions on the sphere and concatenating the images, I
> can make a movie of the bump rotating. However, what I
> really need is a stationary (non-rotating) sphere with
> a bump rotating on top of it. I've tried generating the
> sphere and bump separately and superposing them, but the
> bump graphic 'erases' the sphere. What I need is to be
> able to 'see through' the polygons that generate the bump
> graphic to the stationary sphere in the center. Is there
> a way to superpose two graphics like this? I apologize
> if this is unclear, but I'm not a mathematica user myself;
> I'm asking this for someone who doesn't have access to the
> Best Regards,
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