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Re: Re: New MathGL3d Add-On for Mathematica Available


It's also worth pointing out that it works great on Mac OS X (it  
didn't use to until recently). I has certainly added some spice to my  
otherwise dull multivariate calculus and linear algebra classes ;-)

Andrzej Kozlowski


On 17 Dec 2005, at 17:46, Igor C. Antonio wrote:

> It's worth pointing out that it was developed by Jens-Peer Kuska,  
> whom you might
> have seen around in this newsgroup. :-)
>
> Igor
>
> Wolfram Research wrote:
>> 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
>
> --
> Igor C. Antonio
> Wolfram Research, Inc.
> http://www.wolfram.com
>
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