send me an example of what you are after.

On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 7:38 AM, Dav Tom <davtomas@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
Bob, it is exactly the colorPerVertex data that I am going after.

My wish is that there is a plan to output wavefront obj with a Texture map,
Example. Output Jmol protein surface color with electrostatic potential as a wavefront obj with vertex and uv texture information and an associated Texture map (e.g jpg, tiff). (the output would be
a) proteinSurface.obj
b) proteinSurface.mtl
c) proteinSurface.jpg

I am not sure how extensive this would mean for the Jmol developers. With this export, it is easy to import into Blender (OpenSource) for manipulation similar to Maya (commercial)


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Tom, the colorPerVertex idea is that some isosurface data coming into Jmol
now comes from data sources (pymol, specifically) that output triangle data
with a color for each vertex, which is different than color per face. It's
very specialized and I doubt it's what you are interested in.

Please say more about what you have and want to do.

Bob


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