Geomview For Windows?
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Some troubles getting going. I brought over the geomview-bin.tar.Z file but found it didn't include the applications or any data files. I brought over the geomview.tar.Z file and John Sullivan located the trigrp application, but it didn't link cause it couldn't find the libraries. We eventually figured that we needed to run installbin but that didn't solve the problem. Looks like the -I../../../../include has too many ../'s. I'd like to not have to compile everything anyway. 'geomview' worked fine but the default load paths were set up for geom.umn.edu environment instead of the local environment. I was doing this to show Jin-Yi Chi how to view hyperbolic space using geomview. He needs to draw a hyperbolic solid torus to illustrate a paper on determining lower bounds using a volume estimate. The torus is constructed from a triangular base with edges up to infinity (in the upper space model). The 'sphere' is pierced by a "St. Louis arch" to make the torus. The base is triangulated with hemispheres. Once I get geomview all put together, what would be the best demo of geomview displaying hyperbolic objects, preferably in the upper space model, though the spherical model is ok. Thanks. --Brad
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