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Shading a Surface Using Mesh
Mathematica
supplies a useful way to apply shading to 3D plots when a mesh lies over the figure (here, an ellipsoid).
Contributed by:
David von Seggern
(University of Nevada)
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DETAILS
The resolution of the mesh is defined using the built-in
Mathematica
Mesh
option. The option
MeshShading
then lets you define the pattern of the mesh shading. This can be made fairly complex, but in this Demonstration, only 2×2 matrices were used.
PERMANENT CITATION
David von Seggern
"
Shading a Surface Using Mesh
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/ShadingASurfaceUsingMesh/
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: May 22, 2012
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