Geomview For Windows?
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[rsc at altair.csustan.edu: Re: Geomview is available --- 3D object viewer]
Tamara, thanks for your response about Geomview; you're absolutely right that slides are a zero-th approximation of an animation, but I didn't want to ask for too much... My next presentation on this subject is towards the end of September, so if you have anything in the pipeline, this is when I'd like it. However, my presentation has a dual-stream organization, with one stream being text slides that say what is happening and the other stream being slides or projected video that carries the visual mathematical content, and I'd need time to make the appropriate text slides (at least a couple of weeks, since I have to get the slides made off-campus). So I guess I'd like to ask for the tiling snippet whenever is convenient for you (gee, "snippet" is a lovely and much under-used word) and to be kept in mind for whatever else you might have when it's ready. The student works would also be interesting, of course. Thanks again, and I'd like to keep in touch with your group's work as my own presentation continues to evolve. Is there any chance that you'll be at SIGGRAPH '92 in Chicago next month so we could say hello there? -- Steve Cunningham
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