easy rendering for Rhino in Windows
I need to highlight the value of x on your network assign x values of different colors, including gradients.
I use the color gradients on the mesh in the Grasshopper. Everything OK
Render Rhino OK.
Render Flamingo NTX .... Colors are not!
All the software I have updated!
Is there any solution to this information transfer on the Flamingo?
(I'm going to make a 3D model of the cave and I need to somehow automatically on the model to distinguish the depth of all the parts.)
Thank you for the help!
Here is how I created the color mesh. If the bug was already there ...?
Can you send us the mesh in the 3dm?
You can send a large file using this link: http://www.rhino3d.com/upload
I will pick the up from there.
Thank you for the reply!
The file I am sending.
It's just about the experimental terrain created from the points.
I'm sorry but even though cut mesh… not reduce file size (max of 5%) as well as at least reduces the file if the mesh down.
I'll try the RAR. (50%)
I am unable to download these. Have you tried the upload link I sent? It can take a large model without much problem.
Sent to the link
This is an OpenGl trick. Blending colors between vertexes. Flamingo cannot see it because it is not a material. I have been looking for a plugin like this one that would do the conversion needed:
Might this work for you?
Thank you so much for the explanation:
Only a special few used a paid plugin ....
I am hoping that it is a normal thing ....
Once again thank you and I'll search simple solution.
I did some research and there is a method to do this. It takes many steps, but it does work. You need to use the Meshlabs application. It is free and can be found here: http://meshlab.sourceforge.net/
The general process is covered in this video:
Specifically in Rhino is used these options:
Flamingo should render the result. I am seeing the texture now as a material.
It looks very interesting...
I will try as soon as possible.
Thank you, and I believe that Your procedure will use the other user Flamingo