From: Andreas Henschel <ah@bi...> - 2005-02-21 09:27:05
in our lab the obsession of running PyMOL 3D is contageously spreading ;-)
Not enough we ran it on a huge power wall, using quad-buffered
stereo/polarization, now people are keen on running it in our CAVE (to
be built). Does anyone have experience with that? Also, maybe is there a
straightforward way of producing 5 simultaneous views and exporting them
to different output devices?
Thanks for any help!
01307 Dresden, Germany
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From: Joe Zhou <jzhou@de...> - 2006-03-13 17:09:11
Does anybody work on porting PyMOL to CAVE? Any plan or status for that?
VMD has a CAVE-enabled version, our clients would love to run
PyMOL in our CAVE. I am willing to do some porting and testing in
Delta Search Labs
400 Technology Square,
Cambridge, MA 02139
Hi Joe Zhou,
Wow, four times CAVE in four lines of text :)
I'm not completely sure, but I thought we had (have) a CAVEable version of
Pymol here. You could contact Frans van Hoesel (
rug.nl ). He will surely know.
On 3/13/06, Joe Zhou <jzhou@...> wrote:
> Dear PyMOLers,
> Does anybody work on porting PyMOL to CAVE? Any plan or status for that?
> VMD has a CAVE-enabled version, our clients would love to run
> PyMOL in our CAVE. I am willing to do some porting and testing in
> the CAVE.
> Best regards,
> Joe Zhou
> Delta Search Labs
> 400 Technology Square,
> Cambridge, MA 02139
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