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Problems in rendering Graphics3D with RealTime3D (Mathematica 4.1)

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  • Subject: [mg27209] Problems in rendering Graphics3D with RealTime3D (Mathematica 4.1)
  • From: "Emilio Martin-Serrano Sobrino" <emilio.martin at sema.es>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 03:20:49 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hey:

And here I am again. Why I did not get any clue at all to my previous
question?.

Now, if you run the Brian's example (with and without RealTime3D) you will
see what happen because the resulting shapes are rather different.

<<RealTime3D`
(sol = Flatten[(z /. Solve[#1, z] & ) /@ {3*x - 2*y + 4*z - 3 == 0, 
      2*x - 4*y + 3*z == 1, x - 3*y + 2*z == 5}])*
  (plts = Table[Plot3D[{sol[[i]], RGBColor[1/(2*i), 1/i, 0]}, {x, -3, 4}, 
     {y, -3, 3}, DisplayFunction -> Identity], {i, 1, 3}])*
  Show[plts, DisplayFunction -> $DisplayFunction, 
   ViewPoint -> {4.011, 1.453, 2.415}, BoxRatios-> {1,1,1}]

Regards

Emilio


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