You're asking a bit much, I'd say. You can pick any two out of theQuote:> nice tiny simple meshes
About the most time-honoured "standard example" would be the Utah
teapot. Google it up. Nice and relatively simple, but not tiny.
You might want to try the classical regular bodies, too, like the
dodecahedron and icosahedron. Only slightly more complicated than the
square, but still tiny.
Even if all the snow were burnt, ashes would remain.
>> i just got my little program done to render a spinning cube based on
>> the "Stanford Bunny" is a standard
>>> i just got my little program done to render a spinning cube based on
> as far as i can see, this are about serel thousands of triangles!
> im looking for something much simpler about few hundret or is there
> a smaller model available?
It comes with meshes of various complexities that are used to test it. They
are in plain text format so you should be able to figure them out pretty
easily. Since the meshes are intended for subdivision schemes, most are
under 1000 faces IIRC. Some files have extra information like normals and I
think color, so beware.
For a European Research project I am currently looking for a simple tool
that enables me to display Boxes in 3d at real-time.
The platform is Ms-Windows and I need a DDE interface to the functions
that display, rotate, etc the boxes.
Does anybody know of a library (preferably a DLL or a Delphi Component)
that does all this?
Thanx in advance.
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