08-30-2006 11:24 PM
08-31-2006 01:29 AM
Paul M. a écrit: ... the 3d control has a relatively basic toolset for dynamically creating models, and leaves the extra-complex functions to dedicated applications like AutoCAD...
Paul, thanks a lot for your answer.
That's exactly what I did : the 3D ground surface model was created with a dedicated application (written with LabVIEW ), and the data processed further with SurGe. Accordingly, my comments (now and in a near future ) are entirely aimed at the usability of the 3D picture as a visualisation tool.
I understand that the present version is a first result, developped after the prototype released two years ago. The developpers did an impressive job here and we have now something we can really work with.
'll do my best to promote this new tool and of course this implies lot of criticisms
08-31-2006 09:24 AM
09-05-2006 11:22 PM - edited 09-05-2006 11:22 PM
Paul M. a écrit: ... the 3d control has a relatively basic toolset for dynamically creating models, and leaves the extra-complex functions to dedicated applications like AutoCAD. Most of the complicated models I've seen used in the 3D control have been imported.
I may have missed something, but it seems that not only the 3D surface but also the 3D parametric plot were missed in the importation process. How could I draw with the new 3D picture control such a nice shape (you probably know that it has a most utterly importance for french people) with such a brilliant simplicity as with the 3D graph ?
Message Edité par chilly charly le 09-06-2006 06:27 AM
09-06-2006 03:31 PM - edited 09-06-2006 03:31 PM
Message Edited by Shawn Mahon on 09-06-2006 03:33 PM
09-11-2006 08:28 AM
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09-20-2006 04:17 AM
I just begin to learn 3D picture control on Labview, anyone have tutorial or example code of simple 3D picture control for beginner.