Re: Custom colors on a 3-d suface
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- Subject: [mg37332] Re: Custom colors on a 3-d suface
- From: "ng" <removethisgeorgakopoulos at mindspring.com>
- Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 02:55:13 -0400 (EDT)
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- Reply-to: "ng" <georgakopoulosNOSPAM at LETSSTOPGETTINGSPAMmindspring.com>
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Try to turn off lighting (in options: Lighting->False ).
I presume you are using graphics primitives for your surfaces and have read
the help file for
SurfaceColor[ frontcolor, backcolor ]
Then I think it should work.
"F Starr" <fstarr at nist.gov> wrote in message
news:aookub$pla$1 at smc.vnet.net...
> I need to color the surface of a regular polyhedron (an icosahedron,
> specifically) according to a relatively simple function of the spatial
> coordinates of the surface. I easily got a nice icosahedron of the
> appropriate size, but thus far I have been unable to resolve the
> coloring issue.
> Any advice is appreciated.
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