Re: Antialiasing of 3D graphics
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- Subject: [mg77325] Re: Antialiasing of 3D graphics
- From: Yu-Sung Chang <yusungwri at gmail.com>
- Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 07:35:14 -0400 (EDT)
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Hello, Which graphic chipset do you have? Unofficially, Mathematica 6 can benefit from hardware 3D antialiasing only when the graphics card supports it. You may encounter a slight visual problem (like blurred tick marks), but it is not limited to Mathematica (it is rather general hardware AA problem), though. You probably want to check out ATI's official Linux driver and FAQs of your particular Linux distribution for AA support on the specific card. Yu-Sung Chang Kernel Technology Wolfram Research, Inc. On May 29, 4:12 am, macka... at googlemail.com wrote: > On 28 Mai, 06:59, Szabolcs <szhor... at gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > macka... at googlemail.com wrote: > > > Hello, > > > is there a possibility to turn on antialiasing for real-time rendering > > > of 3D graphics? The antialiasing option for 2D graphics in Mathematica > > > 6 is very nice, so i'm wondering if the rendering of 3D graphics, for > > > instance 3D plots, can also be smoothed. I'm using mathematica for > > > linux and have an ati graphics card with fglrx driver. > > > Thank you very much for your answers. > > > Regards, > > > M. > > > I do not know how to do this (I do not have Linux, and I think that my > > graphics card doesn't even support anti-aliasing, so I didn't try to > > figure it out on Windows), but this message might be a good starting > > point for solving the problem: > > >http://groups.google.com/group/sci.math.symbolic/msg/353118183f053bbf > > > Szabolcs > > Thanks you for your answer, I read this post before. Unfortunately I > havn't such an option for my linux driver or I don't know it. > M.