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How can I create a 3D BOX (in graph.) and the I could rotate it....
Any ideas?
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by:omsec
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bgi or vga 13h ?
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by:jurij
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Hmm... with plain graph unit, would be just fine.... TNX!
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jlove1 earned 50 total points
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You need to get a book on 3d theory. It's pretty Easy after you understand the basics. Basicly, 3d is just a lot of points plotted on different circles, to "rotate" the object, you just spin the circles. It's VERY hard to explain simply.

you can find a lot of 3d pascal information at the TEEN PROGRAMMERS UNITE source code page
http://www.tpu.org/source/index.html


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by:FuzzyLogic
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You should learn some vectors math...
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