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Topic: 3D Lesson Help
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DAVE_LUNSFORD@gcccd.cc.ca.us

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Re: 3D lesson help
Posted: May 25, 1994 4:48 PM
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To: Multiple recipients of list <nctm-l@sci-ed.fit.edu>

>> GyroGraphics Version 4 is a program that allows 2D and 3D
>> function plots. Its claim to fame is that once the surface is
>> plotted, you can spin it in real time. On a '486 the motion is
>> very smooth. You control the rate of spin and the direction.you
>> can stop it to look at the plot from any vantage point.


> This reminds me of AcroSpin, a legendary exercise in 8088
> assembly language. It's for point clouds and wire frames, but
> it is fast and smooth on an XT! About $30, last I knew.
> 1 (800) ACROBITS
> I lent a copy to a colleague and could not get it back for ages
> because she could not get it away from her kids.

--
> Robert W. Hayden

AcroSpin IS included in the GyroGraphics package and does the
rotating of the surfaces. My copy has a 7-20-90 revision date.

Dave






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