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Re: Shadows in Mathematica 6


Hi,

switch off your computer, go out side in the sun and
raise your hand -- a look onto the ground will
show you what a shadow is.

Regards
   Jens

dimitris wrote:
> But does the function ShadowPlot3D do this thing?
> 
> In[109]:=
> << "Graphics`Graphics3D`"
> 
> In[113]:=
> Information["ShadowPlot3D", LongForm -> False]
> 
> "ShadowPlot3D[f, {x, xmin, xmax}, {y, ymin, ymax}] plots the function
> f over the the x and y ranges with polygons shaded according \
> to the height of the surface, with a projection of the surface onto
> the x-y plane."*
>   Button[More..., ButtonData :> "Graphics`Graphics3D`", Active -> True,
> ButtonStyle -> "AddOnsLink"]
> 
> But wait a second!
> 
> (=2E..)
> 
> http://reference.wolfram.com/search.html?query=ShadowPlot3D&collection==
> reference
> 
> No results!
> 
> ShadowPlot3D has been removed?
> 
> Now I am in a mess!
> 
> Dimitris
> 
> 
> 
> =CF/=C7 Jon Harrop =DD=E3=F1=E1=F8=E5:
>> Does the new version of Mathematica support shadows?
>>
>> --
>> Dr Jon D Harrop, Flying Frog Consultancy
>> The F#.NET Journal
>> http://www.ffconsultancy.com/products/fsharp_journal/?usenet
> 
> 


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