Opacity Explorer 3D

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The opacity of a graphics object is represented by a number between zero (invisible) and one (opaque). Use this Demonstration to explore the effect of opacity on overlapping objects of different colors and dimensions in three-dimensional graphics. To remove an object from the graphic, just set its opacity to zero.

Contributed by: Richard Mercer (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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