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STEREO3D(1)						      General Commands Manual						       STEREO3D(1)

stereo3d - render a Raster3D scene as a side-by-side stereo pair SYNOPSIS
stereo3d [options] [-png [outfile.png ]] < infile.r3d > outfile.png stereo3d [options] -tiff [outfile.tiff] < infile.r3d > outfile.tiff stereo3d is a shell script that renders a single Raster3D input file as a side-by-side stereo pair. stereo3d uses the Raster3D utilities normal3d and render, and the ImageMagick image processing package. Intermediate scratch files are created in directory TMPDIR, if defined, otherwise in /usr/tmp. The right eye and left eye views are separately rendered, optionally given black borders, and merged to form a single side-by-side stereo pair. Input is from stdin, output is to stdout unless a filename is given as an argument to the -png or -tiff options. EXAMPLES
If the following line would render a single image: render -tiff single.tiff < input.r3d then the following line would render the same scene as a stereo pair instead: stereo3d -tiff stereo.tiff < input.r3d OPTIONS
The options below are specific to stereo3d. All other options, e.g. -labels or -gamma 1.2 are passed through to the render program. -angsep By default the stereo effect is generated by a shear operation. The -angsep option creates stereo by using angular separation instead. Neither option is perfect: the default handles shadows badly, and the -angsep option blurs specular highlights. -border By default the left and right images are placed next to each other with no intervening space and no frame around them. The -border option requests a 4 pixel wide black border separating and surrounding the component images. SOURCE
web URL: contact: Ethan A Merritt University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195 SEE ALSO
normal3d(l), render(l), raster3d(l) AUTHORS
Ethan A Merritt. Raster3D 19 Dec 2010 STEREO3D(1)

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RINGS3D(1)						      General Commands Manual							RINGS3D(1)

rigns3d - produces a file of ring-filling triangles from a PDB file SYNOPSIS
rings3d [-bases] [-protein] [-sugars] < infile.pdb > outfile.r3d rings3d searches through a PDB file looking for residues containing 5- or 6-membered rings, then produces a Raster3D output file of ring- filling triangles. rings3d matches residue types from an internal list of residue and atom names. It will fail to find residues not in its list, and fail to recognize atoms with non-standard names. EXAMPLES
render a DNA molecule with the bases filled in: cat $R3D_LIB/dna.colours dna.pdb | rods -radius 0.05 > temp.1 rings3d -bases < dna.pdb > temp.2 cat temp.1 temp.2 | render -tiff dna.tiff OPTIONS
-bases Fills in purine and pyrimidine rings from A C G T U residues. -protein Fills in sidechain rings of HIS PHE TRP and TYR residues. -sugars [This is the default] Fills in pyranose rings of GAL GLC NAG NGA MAN SIA residues. BUGS
limited residue types The database of residue types should be kept externally, so you don't have to rebuild the program to add a new type. There should be an option to search for ring systems in un-recognized residue types. crinkled planes There should be an option to do a least-squares best plane through supposedly flat rings. Then again, seeing a crease in a "flat" ring may force people to consider whether their planarity restraints are tight enough. SOURCE
anonymous ftp site: web URL: contact: Ethan A Merritt Dept of Biological Structure Box 357742 University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195 SEE ALSO
Raster3D(l) AUTHORS
Ethan A Merritt. This manual page was written by Nelson A. de Oliveira <>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). Raster3D RINGS3D(1)
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