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  • how can i import a obj file to Salome?

    Posted by hao at April 17. 2007
    there is a obj file, i want to open it in salome, how can i do that?
    • Re: how can i import a obj file to Salome?

      Posted by Sergey Mozokhin at April 17. 2007
      hao wrote:
      there is a obj file, i want to open it in salome, how can i do that?

      At first please describe what is obj file, and than we will see how to open it in Salome :)

       


      • Re: how can i import a obj file to Salome?

        Posted by hao at April 20. 2007
        Sergey Mozokhin wrote:
        hao wrote:
        there is a obj file, i want to open it in salome, how can i do that?

        At first please describe what is obj file, and than we will see how to open it in Salome :)

         


         

        These are some examples of OBJ files. An OBJ file is good for storing a description of the surface of a 3D object, composed of triangles or higher degree polygons.

        OBJ File Characteristics:

         

        • ASCII (there is also a binary version, for which an "MOD" extension is used in the file name);
        • Color;
        • 3D;
        • No compression;
        • contain definitions of 1 or more named 3D objects;

        detail in http://people.scs.fsu.edu/~burkardt/data/obj/obj.html

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