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Stella is a simple 4D polytopes viewer based on OpenGL. It is designed to display a few polytopes in a graphical fashion.
The main purpose of the tool is to explore the structure of 4D polytopes and generally, visualizing polytopes and their duals.
While Stella is primarily designed to visualize 4D polytopes, the author is open to add any other valid display modes.
It should be noted, that Stella is far from being complete. It supports only a subset of all valid representations of 4D polytopes as of today. And even so, there are some missing polygons in the polychora representation.
Stella is primarily developed for displaying polygons. There is no support for point data, line data, curved surfaces and so on.
Stella comes with a polychora viewer, which is a program to display all valid representations of polychora as polygons.
View 3D cross-sections animated in real-time, navigate 3D polytopes and browse their 3D nets or cross-sections, view 4D rotation of 3D polytopes, view 4D projections of 3D polytopes and of 4D polytopes.
Display possible and valid representations of 3D nets and vertex figures of 4D polytopes in a graphical way.
Easy way to color-code nets of polychora and quadratic maps.
Show cross-sections of 3D polytopes.
Display all 4D polytopes with their 4D cross-sections and 3D nets.
3D polytopes/polychora can be colored as regular polygons and duals of regular polygons can be shown using different colors.
Stella4D is available for Windows, OS X and Linux.
Also available for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and Solaris.
For Windows, simply download the latest archive of Stella4D from their website.
If you wish to use Stella4D on OS X, you need to run the AppStore on Mac OS to fetch the installer application.
For Linux, you can use your package manager of choice to install Stella4D.
Stella4D’s Source Code:
Critical bugs of Stella4D:
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Stella4D has been designed to provide a simple interface for users who can see the 3D planes of their 4D polytopes projected into 3D space.
Stella4D is unique in the way it uses “connectivity diagrams” as the basis for displaying complete polychora.
Stella4D uses a geometrically logical approach to create 3D cross-sections of all 4D polytopes.
The history of Stella:
Stella originally started as a set of programs written by A. C. Stella and D. C. Pinter which comprised a complete software package for creating and working with polychora and then was later rewritten by D. C. Pinter alone to an extended version called
Stella4D has the ability to cross-section multiple 4D polytopes, now and as they have been created, that will produce a sequence of movies that show both the multiple stella objects in motion as well as the various cross-sections.
Besides the ability to view and work with 4D polytopes as they are created and cross-sectioned, Stella4D has a number of other features that I shall go into in a future section.
To be used with Stella:
Stella4D will function in conjunction with Stella 1.03 to 1.09.
Stella4D will also work with the latest version of Stella but I have yet to test it.
You may have to use a different version of Stella if your.g4d files are older than the version you are using with Stella4D.
Stella4D will not work with older version of Stella unless you cross-section them first.
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Stella4D is an educational purpose-oriented application, designed specifically for 4D polytopes and polychora.
Stella4D is a great teaching tool for high school and university students, and also for any teacher or scientist who is interested in the duals and 3D cross-sections of polychora.
Stella4D has been developed to complement Stella3D which adds 3D cuts of polychora, and Stella4D will help visualize the 4D polytopes.
• 3D cross-sections of 4D polytopes displayed in real-time
• Duals or 4D crosses of 4D polytopes and polychora
• 3D nets and vertex figures of 4D polytopes and polychora
• 4D rotation
• 3D polychora animated with their duals and 4D crosses
• 3D polychora animated with their 3D cross-sections and duals
• View 3D nets and vertex figures of 4D polytopes
• View 4D polytopes
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What’s New in the Stella4D?
Stella4D is a plugin for Stella 4D software which allows for the stereoscopic visualization of four-dimensional polytopes. Users can interact with the tetrahedral and polytope nets, edges and vertices to view the four dimensional objects. Stella4D uses a stereoscopic technique called’stereoscopic cut-planes’ to show these polytopes in 3D in real-time. The’stereoscopic cut-planes’ is a method of using two overlapping stereoscopic images (2D “cut-planes”) to create a 3D effect.
The stereoscopic effect is created by having two different 2D views of the object. These views are shown through the two stereoscopic viewers which are paired using a special 3D glasses apparatus called the ‘Vistech Stereo 3D Glasses System’. In the Vistech Stereo 3D Glasses System, the two 2D views are shown on two separate stereoscopic screens, one for the left eye and one for the right eye. The first stereoscopic view’stereoscopically cuts-planes’ through the object in three dimensions (see figure) to show a view from the top of the object. The second stereoscopic view’stereoscopically cuts-planes’ through the object from the side. In this way, the 3D object is shown from two different perspective views and so the user sees it stereoscopically.
The stereoscopic viewing is shown in real-time and there is also an option to re-size, re-shape and re-rotate the tetrahedral and polytopes to explore their structure. In addition, Stella4D allows the user to view the 3D edge nets and vertex figures of 4D polytopes. The edge nets and vertex figures can be seen stereoscopically, either as they are projected into 3D, or in rotation, or as they are shown from different perspectives.
Stella4D was designed to be used with Stella 4D, the stereoscopic 4D software which is a powerful 3D spatial analysis software. The software can be purchased online at this link:
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