Re: DNA Survey
- Thank You Tom. Do you know where Maya can be downloaded either as a student version or purchased.
Many thanks again.
Tom Casey <tom@...> wrote:
I would suggest you check out the other Autodesk software, Maya,
also. There are tools available that will allow you to directly
import and build molecular models directly from the 3D data at the
online Protein Data Bank (www.rcsb.org/pdb/). There was an article
in the Winter 2004 Highend magazine (Gnomon School Publication)
describing the entire process and included the plugin and scripts
You download the molecular data from the online site and import into
Maya to easily create all kinds of complex molecular structures that
would be a challenge otherwise.
- You can download a "personal learning" version at the Autodesk site...
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... a complete version to try, just doesn't allow rendering without a
watermark. There is a "how to buy" link there for purchasing the
full package, the educational price is quite inexpensive.
On Dec 31, 2007, at 8:11 PM, G Jirh wrote:
Thank You Tom. Do you know where Maya can be downloaded either as a
student version or purchased.
Many thanks again.
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> I am studying Multimedia Technology Bsc and am doing a final yearDrew Berry, a scientific visualisation animator here in Australia
> project in developing biology content for full dome planetaria. In order
> for me to understand how to go about creating educational content for
> the first time for a planetarium I am planning to create content
> relating to human DNA to education the young and elderly.
(Melbourne) has done some exciting fulldome animations of DNA. If you
are interested drop me an email and I'll do the introductions.
(paul.bourke@...). He had a piece in the 2006 ASTC program called
"Secrets of Life".
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