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combining surface graphics

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  • Subject: [mg15402] combining surface graphics
  • From: swarwick at
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 20:57:16 -0500
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I am interested in generating a combined surface graphics plot in which
one function is illuminated with light sources, and the other is
plotted in the same 3D volume with a fixed color.  I have tried
everything I know regarding Show, Graphics3D, DisplayTogether, Ambient,
Lightsource.. etc.  and can't seem to get any other result than the
second plot specified in show is the same color representation as the
first.  Is there any way of converting the -SurfaceGraphics- object to
a set of polygons ( with color fixed ) such that Show stops messing
with the illumination?????


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