megalegoland at yahoo.fr
Sat Feb 24 06:40:42 CET 2007
David Powers a écrit :
> Ooohhh now you have me very curious... suddenly I envision creating
> .obj objects based on data from pd itself! I assume you're hinting
> that the format of .obj is simple enough you can make them without a
> 3d program?!
> Sounds like a good job for Python (and then, pyext ... )
I've given a try with [textfile], but I'm stucked with stack overflows,
it's attached, if anyone has a solution...
It seems that an external scripting program might be necessary, indeed,
for modifying the .obj file, I might also give a try with python...
It would be wonderful to give a motion to those static .obj files.
> On 2/23/07, Patco <megalegoland at yahoo.fr> wrote:
>> Nikola Jeremic a écrit :
>> > > Hi list
>> > >
>> > > I would like to start working more with the .obj models in Gem,
>> > and i got
>> > > bored of the famous "venus" :)
>> hello, you might be interested by opening venus.obj or any other .obj
>> file with notepad or something like that.
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