[GRASS-user] Creating 3D Vector file (v.in.ascii) for eventua
luse in NVIZ
soerengebbert at gmx.de
Tue Oct 3 09:25:09 EDT 2006
The python version 0.8.2 is much better then the c version.
Patton, Eric schrieb:
> Just out of curiosity, what version of vnc2swf do most people use - the C
> version, or the python version? Any caveats to be concerned with either way?
> ~ Eric.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: grassuser-bounces at grass.itc.it
> To: Jachym Cepicky
> Cc: GRASS Mailing List; Craig Aumann
> Sent: 10/2/2006 7:37 PM
> Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Creating 3D Vector file (v.in.ascii) for
> eventualuse in NVIZ
> Jachym Cepicky schrieb:
>> On Mon, Oct 02, 2006 at 12:00:33PM -0600, Craig Aumann wrote:
>>> Could these tutorials be actual MPEG movies showing screen captures
>>> what was done? I've seen such kinds of tutorials put out by
>>> companies (e.g., ESRI), but I don't know how difficult it would be to
>>> or whether the resulting MPEG would be unmanageably large etc.
>> I would suggest use flash instead of mpegs
> Yes flash is a nice small format.
> There is a free tool available to create flash
> tutorials from a vnc session.
> There is a sample tutorial about r3.out.vtk available at:
> It would be great if we can provide beginners tutorials
> covering themes like:
> * what is grass
> * creation of a new location
> * importing data into grass
> * using gis.m
> * image data analaysis
> * vector data editing
> GRASS will be much easier to learn for beginners if we
> can provide those tutorials.
> Best regards
>>> My 2 cents.
>>> On Mon, Oct 02, 2006 at 07:32:54PM +1300, Hamish wrote:
>>>> I'm thinking for a while now that it would be really nice to put
>>>> together a collection of articles showcasing the existing and new 3D
>>>> capabilities of GRASS 6 for an upcoming GRASS newsletter or special
>>>> for example:
>>>> * 3D vector processing
>>>> - overview of GRASS's method: faces, kernels, etc
>>>> - new 3D vector modules from Jachym (v.extrude etc)
>>>> - some nice example (e.g. make a pyramid [see attached]),
>>>> * 3D raster processing
>>>> - overview of GRASS's method: voxels, g.region -3, as a time
>>> series, etc
>>>> - new 3D raster modules from Sren
>>>> - some nice example (e.g. do some quantitative analysis of sample
>>>> Slovakia rain data)
>>>> * visualization with NVIZ, export to VTK etc
>>>> - new NVIZ features by Massimo and Luigi, Bob, etc
>>>> - v.in.onearth SRTM + LANDSAT -> i.landsat.rgb -> nviz (reader's
>>>> etc., etc., etc.
>>>> (I'm a big fan of bite sized 10-15 minute tutorials...)
>>> if there is interest on this topic, i could prepare some tutorials
>>> of my presentations (fossgis in bonn, foss4g in lausanne). though i
>>> some positive feedback, i was never shure, if the presentations are
>>> start for such kind of tutorials.
>>> when should next release of grass news come out?
>>> Jachym Cepicky
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