3D: Intersected volume

Axcel shared this question 2 months ago
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Hi everyone,


is there a way to show the intersected volume of two quadrics (e.g. Sphere and Cylinder)? It would be perfect if GeoGebra would create another quadric as a seperate object.


If this currently cannot be done, is there any plan to implement this in the future?


Thanks and kind regards

Axcel

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Hi,

Can you please post a ggb file example with cylinder and sphere you would like to intersect? Thanks!

Mathieu

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Yes, sure... :-)

Here is an example of an intersection of a sphere with a cylinder.


Thanks and kind regards

Axel

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Wow, very impressive! As I see it, you are creating the illusion of intersecting the volumes by splitting them up in simpler sub-surfaces which can be described mathematically by a function graph involving parameters which are linked to sliders. This is going to make my task quite complicated. I think I will just wait for a future version where it will be as simple as Intersect(Sphere,Cylinder) Let's all hope that this will not be in the too far distant future...


Cheers

Axcel

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Why ?

because you don't want to use your brain ?!

Why do you want, that internet can be resolve your problem ?

Please think for yourself.

It will be more interesting for you.

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algunas curvas siguen dejando un falso rastro al mover los deslizadores. este bug fue comunicado pero parece no resuelto

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> I will just wait for a future version where it will be as simple as Intersect(Sphere,Cylinder)


Sorry, we don't have any plans for that

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