Geomview For Windows?
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Geomview is available --- 3D object viewer
I wonder whether you would have some slides of Geomview uses (and a short description of what the slide is about)? This would be very helpful when I do give this talk, and perhaps I the talk would help spread the word about your work. I'm wondering what kind of slides you had in mind. I think that would be hard to communicate the use of geomview through static slides since one of its main features, 3D motion, is dynamic: a videotape clip would be much more informative. We've made a few special-purpose tape snippets that were more focused on geomview applications than a general overview of the capabilities of geomview itself. I've had it in the back of my mind for a while now to make such a tape (<10 min) but have not found time: I could probably be convinced to make it sooner rather than later. The quality level of this order of tape is an order of magnitude primitive than Not Knot: ok for showing at conferences but definitely not polished. I could now send you an already made snippet (<5 min) about tilings. I could probably be convinced to make a general demo tape sometime soon (i.e. within a month or two). Do you have any particular timeline in mind? I'd also like information on any further animations you may have done recently. Perhaps coming soon: a quite polished videotape about orientability and eversions of curves and surfaces, a slightly polished compilation of summer student projects. I can let you know if/when these are done (maybe at the end of the summer). Tamara Munzner ((555) 555-5555 munzner at geom.umn.edu The Geometry Center
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