Mathematica 9 is now available
Student Support Forum
-----
Student Support Forum: 'Coloring the faces of a 3D object different colors (in Mathematica)' topicStudent Support Forum > General > Archives > "Coloring the faces of a 3D object different colors (in Mathematica)"

Next Comment >Help | Reply To Topic
Author Comment/Response
Michael Silverman
08/08/00 8:19pm

I wanted to know if it was possible to label each dimension of a 3D graphic with a specific color. Currently all that I can do is manipulate the color and hue of the entire cuboid that I am playing with. I want to assign a color to each one of the dimensions. I.E. I want the face of the ''x'' dimension to be green, the face of the ''y'' dimension to be blue and the face of the ''z'' dimension to be red. How do I tell Mathematica to do specifically this?

URL: ,

Subject (listing for 'Coloring the faces of a 3D object different colors (in Mathematica)')
Author Date Posted
Coloring the faces of a 3D object different col... Michael Silv... 08/08/00 8:19pm
Re: Coloring the faces of a 3D object different... Forum Modera... 08/14/00 9:52pm
Next Comment >Help | Reply To Topic