Geomview For Windows?
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Thank you for your interest in Geomview. Geomview is a visualization tool written at the Geometry Center for viewing three- and four-dimensional geometric structures. It runs on Silicon Graphics Iris workstations. Geomview supports several file formats, several of which might be suitable for your data. The most versatile is the polylist data type, which consists of a list of vertices connected by polygons. When you refer to "slices of data," it seems like you are talking about a volume rendering problem. Is this the case? Geomview was designed for data that could be represented as polygons, although a way to use it to solve your problem could probably be found. Geomview is available via anonymous ftp from geom.umn.edu (18.104.22.168). Please do not hesitate to mail other questions and problems to firstname.lastname@example.org (this is a mail alias for everyone who works on Geomview). -Celeste Celeste Fowler email: fowler at geom.umn.edu The Geometry Center phone: ((555) 555-5555 1300 South Second Street Minneapolis, MN 55454 ============================================================ Date: Fri, 5 Feb 93 16:49:09 EST From: smlee at ams.sunysb.edu (Sang-moon Lee) To: fowler at geom Sang-Moon Lee Dept. of AMS at SUNY Stony brook, NY 11794 Dear, Celeste Fowler. Hello, My name is Sang-moon Lee studying Applied Mathe. at SUNY at Stony Brook. Recently, I talked with Mr. Hbeltran (hector), who you've talked, about 3-D images work. He suggest me to ask you about geomview package. Frankly speaking, I don't know anything about it. What I am doing right now is working on "Pore Structure and Genus of Pore in 3-D images". Hbeltran told he used "geomview" to view the 3-D images. I have data sets that I think it could fit in. Each pore sturcture has 40~50 slices of data, using these data sets I have to view the images. And for "Genus" case, it calculated and have values of "tree" shape. I need your advise and informations. Thank you very much. Sincerely yours, Sang-moon Lee
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