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Re: [Closed REQ 5062]: 4DView
> > Date: Fri, 23 Sep 1994 13:30:09 UTC+0100 > From: Miguel Angel Garcia <garcia at ic.upc.es> > Subject: 4DView > To: software@geom > Message-Id: <344*/S=garcia/OU=ic/O=upc/PRMD=iris/ADMD=mensatex/C=es/@MHS> > > Dear Sir/Madam, > > I'm using Geomview 1.4.1 and its module 4DView to display 4D surfaces > (3D geometry + color). > > My problem is that I only obtain a small variation of colors between > red and blue. This variation is not enough for my purposes. For > instance, small variations of the surface are not detected and > color variations are not reflected in the printer. > > I was wondering if it is possible to increase the width of the color > range. The possibility of changing the color map would also be great. > > Best regards, > > Miguel Angel Garcia > Institute of Cybernetics > Polytechnic University of Barcelona > Barcelona (SPAIN) Miguel, The program 4Dview was a short term solution to the need for 4D viewing software. It has since been obsoleted by a newer package, NDview, written by Olaf Holt. NDview is an external module (like 4dview) for Geomview, which allows you to use Geomview to view objects in n-dimensional space for arbitrary n. It also has the customized colormap feature you were asking about. I highly recommend checking it out! You can obtain a copy via ftp from ftp.geom.umn.edu in /pub/software/geomview/newpieces/sgi/NDview-sgi.tar.Z enjoy, Daeron
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