[Newbies] squeak and 3D graphics

Michael Rice limitcase at gmail.com
Sat Dec 20 16:01:02 UTC 2014

Here's a good video about transformations:



On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 12:30 PM, Michael Rice <limitcase at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Chuck,
> You're probably not getting much in the way of responses because it seems
> you're going to need a lot of hand-holding, kind of like someone who knows
> nothing about particle physics but would like to learn about it.
> Why don't try try some simple exploring with the tools in Balloon and see
> what you can do with it. That may lead to solid questions, and perhaps
> answers from the list.
> Michael
> P.S. A good place to start is matrix transformations points in a plane.
> Then move on to transforming 3D points onto a 2D picture plane.
> On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 9:42 PM, Chuck Hipschman <ckhipschman at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> I've done very little with squeak and smalltalk, and almost nothing
>> with 3D  graphics, or bezier curves.  But still, I'd like to learn,
>> just for personal satisfaction.  It seems that Balloon2D  would be a
>> good starting point.
>> Am I completely off base or crazy?  Is Balloon2D a good place to
>> start?  E-toys? Scratch? Can anybody point to good books, articles,
>> tutorials, or examples?
>> TIA
>> Chuck
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