%% Package `pst-vue3d.tex' %% %% Herbert Voss <voss _at_ pstricks.de> (Germany) %% %% 2007-03-26 %% PSTricks offers excellent macros to insert more or less complex graphics into a document. pstricks.tex itself is the base for several other additional packages, which are mostly named pst-xxxx, like pst-vue3d. There exists several packages for plotting three dimensional graphical objects. pst-vue3d is similiar to the pst-plot package for two dimensional objects and mathematical functions. Save the files pst-vue3d.sty pst-vue3d.tex pst-vue3d.pro in any place, where latex or any other TeX program will find it. The pro file should go into $TEXMF$/dvips/pstricks/. pst-vue3d uses the extended version of the keyval package. So be sure that you - have installed xkeyval with the special pst-xkey (CTAN: tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/xkeyval/) - do not load another package after pst-vue3d, which loads the old keyval.sty or pst-key.tex If you like to get the documentation file in another format run latex pst-vue3d-doc.tex bibtex pst-vue3d.doc latex pst-vue3d-doc.tex dvips pst-vue3d-doc.dvi to get a PostScript file. But pay attention, that the pst-vue3d files are saved in the above mentioned way, before you run latex on the documentation file. The intermediate DVI file works only with viewers which can interprete the embedded PostScript code. For another PDF output read the Introduction from the documentation.
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pst-vue3d – Draw perspective views of three dimensional objects
With pst-vue3d three dimensional objects like cubes, spheres and others can be viewed from different points. The distribution includes a comprehensive set of examples of usage.
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graphics (typesetting actual pictures)|
graphics with 3-dimensional output