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Turbo Talk => General Discussion => Topic started by: ste on January 09, 2013, 02:59:39 PM

Title: view anomoly using wireframe view
Post by: ste on January 09, 2013, 02:59:39 PM
( wireframe or wierd frame view ) noticed this using win7 32bit, TC 19.2   Darrell below has found the "effect" it gives on youtube. But i am sure its not an illusion in this case.


Has anyone else noticed that if you slice a 3d object in half, say a head.
so you have the right side of the face only.    rightview  is the skin view outside,    left  side is the inside hollow view.

if you turn it to the left so the nose points left and the view is outside skin ( stay with me )
 
then turn it to the right so the view is inside of head view.

Now do a click for full screen the view will always be skin outside. wheather the face is left or right.
you always get the outside wireframe contour view, weather faceing left or right.

what it should be is one way is the outside view the other is the inside hollow.

thought it was an optical illusion in the wire frame at first but i am sure the view is wrong.


I have inserted 4 images for you to look at
note: the left and right face forward contour toward viewer
left and right face away contour still toward viewer.

The top 2 images are outside view
the bottome 2 images shoud be inside view they are not look carefully :)
Title: Re: view anomoly using wireframe view
Post by: Darrel Durose on January 09, 2013, 03:26:00 PM
ste

It would help us if you attach the file and for us to know the version of TurboCAD you are using.

Thanks.
Title: Re: view anomoly using wireframe view
Post by: Darrel Durose on January 09, 2013, 04:24:29 PM
Could it be something like this:

Youtube video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORoTCBrCKIQ
Title: Re: view anomoly using wireframe view
Post by: ste on January 10, 2013, 03:15:12 PM
Please take a look at the 4 images i have now included.


2 on top are outside view, show left and right

2 on bottom should be inside view  they are not, show left and right reversed back view.
Title: Re: view anomoly using wireframe view
Post by: mike mahan on January 10, 2013, 05:23:05 PM
Maybe if you use a perspective view this won't happen????
Title: Re: view anomoly using wireframe view
Post by: Henry Hubich on January 10, 2013, 07:15:32 PM
Please take a look at the 4 images i have now included.


2 on top are outside view, show left and right

2 on bottom should be inside view  they are not, show left and right reversed back view.

Can't make any conclusions based upon those images. Can you post the .tcw file?

Henry H