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Topic: 3d graphics in Matlab vs OpenGL
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Ryan Kelly

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3d graphics in Matlab vs OpenGL
Posted: Feb 21, 2006 8:40 AM
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All,

I'm planning on looking into doing a 3d graphics playback. I was
wondering how to best accomplish this. A friend said use openGL. I
saw some cool matlab stuff done in the file exchange, and we work
with matlab anyways.

1. Can I use matlab to interface with openGL directly?
1a. If not can I use matlab to interface with C/C++ and then use
openGL?

2. Would Matlab be able to support a 3d moving objects and such with
the same speed/quality as openGL?

Thanks



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