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Scan, Convert, and Print: Playing with 3D Objects in Mathematica Q&A

Yu-Sung Chang answers user-submitted questions about using Mathematica for 3D geometric projects during the Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop 2013.

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Brett Champion
This course explores Mathematica's built-in tools for creating visualizations from functions or data. You'll learn how to customize plots with styles, labels, and other features that are common across the visualization functions.
Brett Champion
Brett Champion answers user-submitted questions about visualization in Mathematica as part of the Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop 2013.
Brett Champion
Brett Champion answers user-submitted questions about data visualization in Mathematica during the Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop 2013.
Vitaliy Kaurov
Vitaliy Kaurov answers user-submitted questions about creating dynamic visualizations with Mathematica during the Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop 2013.
Yu-Sung Chang, Vitaliy Kaurov, Brett Champion
Wolfram experts discuss some of their favorite Mathematica visualization examples as part of an open chat during the Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop 2013.
Yu-Sung Chang
Mathematica's strong 3D format support and graphics features make it a prime candidate for performing 3D geometric manipulations and creative modeling. This example-driven course features a demonstration of state-of-the-art 3D geometric projects involving 3D scanners, 3D formats, geometric modeling, and 3D printing—all revolving around Mathematica.
Yu-Sung Chang
Yu-Sung Chang answers user-submitted questions about using Mathematica for 3D geometric projects during the Wolfram Visualization Virtual Workshop 2013.
Vitaliy Kaurov
Mathematica provides many approaches to producing dynamic visualizations. This talk uses a number of examples to illustrate the principles involved in constructing graphics sequences, manipulating simulated cameras, building interactive interfaces, and more.