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     torus { 4, 1 pigment { Green }}
 
     torus { 4, 1 pigment { Green }}
  
= Cone =  
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= Truncated General Cone =
Cone is created using
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This primitive of BRL-CAD is named as Cone in POV-Ray. It is formed as
 
Center and radius of one end
 
Center and radius of one end
 
Center and radius of other end
 
Center and radius of other end
 
Example:
 
Example:
 
       cone {<0, 1, 0>, 0.3  <1, 2, 3>, 1.0 texture { T_Stone25 scale 4 }}
 
       cone {<0, 1, 0>, 0.3  <1, 2, 3>, 1.0 texture { T_Stone25 scale 4 }}
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= Cylender =
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This is formed by Cylender of POV-Ray.
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center_of_one_end, center_of_other_end and Radius
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Example:
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      cylinder { <0, 1, 0>,<1, 2, 3>,0.5 }}

Revision as of 11:56, 25 July 2015

This article provides knowledge about different types of geometric primitive objects that can be exported from BRL-CAD to POV-Ray geometry file. Their properties, functions used for them, parameters are discussed in section below.

To Know more about POV-Ray, here are some links below:

Below is the list of primitives that are working/exported correctly, partially and not touched yet.

Primitives that are working properly

Sphere

Sphere is formed by Center and Radius Example:

     sphere { Center, Radius [OBJECT_MODIFIERS...]}

Torus

Torus is created using major radius and minor radius Example:

    torus { 4, 1 pigment { Green }}

Truncated General Cone

This primitive of BRL-CAD is named as Cone in POV-Ray. It is formed as Center and radius of one end Center and radius of other end Example:

     cone {<0, 1, 0>, 0.3  <1, 2, 3>, 1.0 texture { T_Stone25 scale 4 }}

Cylender

This is formed by Cylender of POV-Ray. center_of_one_end, center_of_other_end and Radius Example:

     cylinder { <0, 1, 0>,<1, 2, 3>,0.5 }}