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New MathGL3d Add-On for Mathematica Available

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  • Subject: [mg63171] New MathGL3d Add-On for Mathematica Available
  • From: Wolfram Research <newsdesk at wolfram.com>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2005 07:22:28 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

New MathGL3d Add-On for Mathematica Available

MathGL3d, a popular 3D-graphics add-on for Mathematica, is now 
available from Wolfram Research in a greatly enhanced new 
version. MathGL3d is an OpenGL-based Mathematica application 
package for advanced scientific visualization that allows 
real-time interaction with Mathematica graphics, enabling 
manipulations such as rotation, animation, and visual viewpoint 
and light-source editing.

Key new features in MathGL3d Version 4.0 include:
* Hardware-accelerated volume rendering for all supported 
platforms
* Line illumination
* Bump mapping
* Optimized POV-Ray export
* Alias export

MathGL3d makes it easy to prototype high-end engineering and 
design visualizations in a distributed and independent workflow. 
It exports to many common 3D file formats and can also read and 
import DXF and Geomview OFF files, providing an interface between 
the powerful computational graphics of Mathematica and 
specialized visualization tools like Alias, POV-Ray, and other 
applications.

MathGL3d Version 4.0 is available for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS 
X, and Linux platforms, and is intended for use with Mathematica 
5.0 or higher.

More product details are available at:
http://www.wolfram.com/applications/mathgl3d


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