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Re: MathGL3d and Mathematica 5.3


(Top-posting because Murray did)

Really?  Wolfram is SELLING MathGL3D?

This brings up the obvious question:  how much more functional is their
version than the original, FREE version, available at

   <http://phong.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~kuska/mathgl3dv3/>?  

And is this why Kuska hasn't ever updated it for Mac OS?

--Ron Bruck

In article <ds9nlb$bh$1 at smc.vnet.net>, Murray Eisenberg
<murray at math.umass.edu> wrote:

> It seems unlikely that Wolfram would include THAT much functionality in 
> the next version of Mathematica.  After all, it is now selling MathGL3d 
> as a 4d-party Application at a standard price of $450 and an educational 
> price of $300.
> 
> I, for one, would sure hate to have the price of Mathematica itself go 
> up by anything like that much just in order to include the full 
> functionality of MathGL3d.
> 
> 
> Mitch Murphy wrote:
> > attention wolfram ...
> > 
> > please include MathGL3d in Mathematica 5.3. i'm very disapointed that  
> > mathematica still does not have an integrated interactive 3d viewer  
> > after so many years.


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