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Re: Transparent Layering w/ Solids


Needs["Graphics`Shapes`"];

Show[Graphics3D[{Torus[], Sphere[]}]];

You can WireFrame all of the objects

Show[WireFrame[Graphics3D[{Torus[], Sphere[]}]]];

Or you can WireFrame selected objects

Show[{Graphics3D[Sphere[]], WireFrame[Graphics3D[Torus[]]]}];


Bob Hanlon

In a message dated 12/30/00 2:18:35 AM, atjurhs at my-deja.com writes:

>Does anyone know how to show transparent layering of solid objects, so
>that I can display two solid objects laying atop each other or
>intersecting each other at the same time?  I know this is possible with
>OpenGL and with other systems, but I'd like to do it directly with
>Mathematica.
>


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