Francois LE COAT

2024-02-06 16:00:03 UTC

Hi,

Happy New Year 2024 :-)

I regularly publish surfaces on Sketchfab, exporting them directly

from Eureka 2.12 in VRML2. This is what the Escher knot gives...

https://skfb.ly/D9Mu

But it is also possible to represent the same Escher knot with

MathMod and export it as .OBJ. We can then import it into the

Sketchfab WEB site. This is what it gives...

https://skfb.ly/oQGCn

The difference between Eureka 2.12 and MathMod is that my software

takes into account the color of the facets of the exported object.

The surfaces of Eureka 2.12 can be imported using the MathMod

software which is there:

https://github.com/parisolab/mathmod

I recommend it. It's free software, which is very useful to me.

Happy New Year 2024 :-)

I regularly publish surfaces on Sketchfab, exporting them directly

from Eureka 2.12 in VRML2. This is what the Escher knot gives...

https://skfb.ly/D9Mu

But it is also possible to represent the same Escher knot with

MathMod and export it as .OBJ. We can then import it into the

Sketchfab WEB site. This is what it gives...

https://skfb.ly/oQGCn

The difference between Eureka 2.12 and MathMod is that my software

takes into account the color of the facets of the exported object.

The surfaces of Eureka 2.12 can be imported using the MathMod

software which is there:

https://github.com/parisolab/mathmod

I recommend it. It's free software, which is very useful to me.

--

François LE COAT

Author of Eureka 2.12 (2D Graph Describer, 3D Modeller)

https://eureka.atari.org/

François LE COAT

Author of Eureka 2.12 (2D Graph Describer, 3D Modeller)

https://eureka.atari.org/