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Re: ``Live'' Graphics

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  • Subject: [mg15309] Re: [mg15265] ``Live'' Graphics
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Jan 1999 04:15:03 -0500
  • Organization: Universitaet Leipzig, Institut fuer Informatik
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  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at


hav You  try my free OpenGL based viewer for Mathematica 3.0 at

it will compile with any OpenGL library and work on allmost all unix
boxes and MS_Windows.

Hope that helps

Theodore Nikitopoulos wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> I have found  a release note on Version 2.2.3 of Mathematica for IBM
> RISC System/6000 Computers a feature supported, called Live graphics
> which is described in the Mathematica User's Guide. Personally I am
> using Version 3.0 of  Mathematica on a Wintel system.
> In order to use this feature, it says that you must able to run the
> Graphics Library (GL). For example, to run GL on a RS/6000 system, you
> need one of the following hardware components:  a 3-D Color Graphics
> Processor adapter; a POWER Gt4, POWER Gt4x, or POWER GtO adapter; or a
> RISC System/6000 POWERstation 730 with the Supergraphics Processor
> Subsystem.
> I would like to know if this feature is still on support and where I
> could find more information about it.  Should a system need special
> hardware ?  Is this feature currently supported by  SGI systems, using
> an OpenGL graphics subsystem ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Theodore Nikitopoulos

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