Basic objects such as Sphere, Box, Cone, etc.

AUTHORS:

  • Robert Bradshaw 2007-02: initial version
  • Robert Bradshaw 2007-08: obj/tachyon rendering, much updating
  • Robert Bradshaw 2007-08: cythonization

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import *
sage: S = Sphere(.5, color='yellow')
sage: S += Cone(.5, .5, color='red').translate(0,0,.3)
sage: S += Sphere(.1, color='white').translate(.45,-.1,.15) + Sphere(.05, color='black').translate(.51,-.1,.17)
sage: S += Sphere(.1, color='white').translate(.45, .1,.15) + Sphere(.05, color='black').translate(.51, .1,.17)
sage: S += Sphere(.1, color='yellow').translate(.5, 0, -.2)
sage: S.show()
sage: S.scale(1,1,2).show()
../../../_images/shapes-1.png
sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import *
sage: Torus(.7, .2, color=(0,.3,0)).show()
../../../_images/shapes-2.png
class sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.Box(*size, **kwds)

Bases: sage.plot.plot3d.index_face_set.IndexFaceSet

Return a box.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Box

A square black box:

sage: show(Box([1,1,1]), color='black')
../../../_images/shapes-3.png

A red rectangular box:

sage: show(Box([2,3,4], color="red"))
../../../_images/shapes-4.png

A stack of boxes:

sage: show(sum([Box([2,3,1], color="red").translate((0,0,6*i)) for i in [0..3]]))
../../../_images/shapes-5.png

A sinusoidal stack of multicolored boxes:

sage: B = sum([Box([2,4,1/4], color=(i/4,i/5,1)).translate((sin(i),0,5-i)) for i in [0..20]])
sage: show(B, figsize=6)
../../../_images/shapes-6.png
bounding_box()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Box
sage: Box([1,2,3]).bounding_box()
((-1.0, -2.0, -3.0), (1.0, 2.0, 3.0))
x3d_geometry()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Box
sage: Box([1,2,1/4]).x3d_geometry()
"<Box size='1.0 2.0 0.25'/>"
sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.ColorCube(size, colors, opacity=1, **kwds)

Return a cube with given size and sides with given colors.

INPUT:

  • size – 3-tuple of sizes (same as for box and frame)
  • colors – a list of either 3 or 6 colors
  • opacity – (default: 1) opacity of cube sides
  • **kwds – passed to the face constructor

OUTPUT:

a 3d graphics object

EXAMPLES:

A color cube with translucent sides:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import ColorCube
sage: c = ColorCube([1,2,3], ['red', 'blue', 'green', 'black', 'white', 'orange'], opacity=0.5)
sage: c.show()
../../../_images/shapes-7.png
sage: list(c.texture_set())[0].opacity
0.5

If you omit the last 3 colors then the first three are repeated (with repeated colors on opposing faces):

sage: c = ColorCube([0.5,0.5,0.5], ['red', 'blue', 'green'])
../../../_images/shapes-8.png
class sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.Cone

Bases: sage.plot.plot3d.parametric_surface.ParametricSurface

A cone, with base in the xy-plane pointing up the z-axis.

INPUT:

  • radius – positive real number
  • height – positive real number
  • closed – whether or not to include the base (default True)
  • **kwds – passed to the ParametricSurface constructor

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cone
sage: c = Cone(3/2, 1, color='red') + Cone(1, 2, color='yellow').translate(3, 0, 0)
sage: c.show(aspect_ratio=1)
../../../_images/shapes-9.png

We may omit the base:

sage: Cone(1, 1, closed=False)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-10.png

A spiky plot of the sine function:

sage: sum(Cone(.1, sin(n), color='yellow').translate(n, sin(n), 0) for n in [0..10, step=.1])
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-11.png

A Christmas tree:

sage: T = sum(Cone(exp(-n/5), 4/3*exp(-n/5), color=(0, .5, 0)).translate(0, 0, -3*exp(-n/5)) for n in [1..7])
sage: T += Cone(1/8, 1, color='brown').translate(0, 0, -3)
sage: T.show(aspect_ratio=1, frame=False)
../../../_images/shapes-12.png
get_grid(ds)

Return the grid on which to evaluate this parametric surface.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cone
sage: Cone(1, 3, closed=True).get_grid(100)
([1, 0, -1], [0.0, 1.2566..., 2.5132..., 3.7699..., 5.0265..., 0.0])
sage: Cone(1, 3, closed=False).get_grid(100)
([1, 0], [0.0, 1.2566..., 2.5132..., 3.7699..., 5.0265..., 0.0])
sage: len(Cone(1, 3).get_grid(.001)[1])
38
x3d_geometry()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cone
sage: Cone(1, 3).x3d_geometry()
"<Cone bottomRadius='1.0' height='3.0'/>"
class sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.Cylinder

Bases: sage.plot.plot3d.parametric_surface.ParametricSurface

A cone, with base in the xy-plane pointing up the z-axis.

INPUT:

  • radius – positive real number
  • height – positive real number
  • closed – whether or not to include the ends (default True)
  • **kwds – passed to the ParametricSurface constructor

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: c = Cylinder(3/2, 1, color='red') + Cylinder(1, 2, color='yellow').translate(3, 0, 0)
sage: c.show(aspect_ratio=1)
../../../_images/shapes-13.png

We may omit the base:

sage: Cylinder(1, 1, closed=False)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-14.png

Some gears:

sage: G = Cylinder(1, .5) + Cylinder(.25, 3).translate(0, 0, -3)
sage: G += sum(Cylinder(.2, 1).translate(cos(2*pi*n/9), sin(2*pi*n/9), 0) for n in [1..9])
sage: G += G.translate(2.3, 0, -.5)
sage: G += G.translate(3.5, 2, -1)
sage: G.show(aspect_ratio=1, frame=False)
../../../_images/shapes-15.png
bounding_box()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: Cylinder(1, 2).bounding_box()
((-1.0, -1.0, 0), (1.0, 1.0, 2.0))
get_endpoints(transform=None)

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.transform import Transformation
sage: Cylinder(1, 5).get_endpoints()
((0, 0, 0), (0, 0, 5.0))
sage: Cylinder(1, 5).get_endpoints(Transformation(trans=(1,2,3), scale=(2,2,2)))
((1.0, 2.0, 3.0), (1.0, 2.0, 13.0))
get_grid(ds)

Return the grid on which to evaluate this parametric surface.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: Cylinder(1, 3, closed=True).get_grid(100)
([2, 1, -1, -2], [0.0, 1.2566..., 2.5132..., 3.7699..., 5.0265..., 0.0])
sage: Cylinder(1, 3, closed=False).get_grid(100)
([1, -1], [0.0, 1.2566..., 2.5132..., 3.7699..., 5.0265..., 0.0])
sage: len(Cylinder(1, 3).get_grid(.001)[1])
38
get_radius(transform=None)

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.transform import Transformation
sage: Cylinder(3, 1).get_radius()
3.0
sage: Cylinder(3, 1).get_radius(Transformation(trans=(1,2,3), scale=(2,2,2)))
6.0
jmol_repr(render_params)

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder

For thin cylinders, lines are used:

sage: C = Cylinder(.1, 4)
sage: C.jmol_repr(C.default_render_params())
['\ndraw line_1 width 0.1 {0 0 0} {0 0 4.0}\ncolor $line_1  [102,102,255]\n']

For anything larger, we use a pmesh:

sage: C = Cylinder(3, 1, closed=False)
sage: C.jmol_repr(C.testing_render_params())
['pmesh obj_1 "obj_1.pmesh"\ncolor pmesh  [102,102,255]']
tachyon_repr(render_params)

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: C = Cylinder(1/2, 4, closed=False)
sage: C.tachyon_repr(C.default_render_params())
'FCylinder\n   Base 0 0 0\n   Apex 0 0 4.0\n   Rad 0.5\n   texture...     '
sage: C = Cylinder(1, 2)
sage: C.tachyon_repr(C.default_render_params())
    ['Ring Center 0 0 0 Normal 0 0 1 Inner 0 Outer 1.0 texture...',
     'FCylinder\n   Base 0 0 0\n   Apex 0 0 2.0\n   Rad 1.0\n   texture...     ',
     'Ring Center 0 0 2.0 Normal 0 0 1 Inner 0 Outer 1.0 texture...']
x3d_geometry()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Cylinder
sage: Cylinder(1, 2).x3d_geometry()
"<Cylinder radius='1.0' height='2.0'/>"
sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.LineSegment(start, end, thickness=1, radius=None, **kwds)

Create a line segment, which is drawn as a cylinder from start to end with radius radius.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import LineSegment, Sphere
sage: P = (0,0,0.1)
sage: Q = (0.5,0.6,0.7)
sage: S = Sphere(.2, color='red').translate(P)
sage: S += Sphere(.2, color='blue').translate(Q)
sage: S += LineSegment(P, Q, .05, color='black')
sage: S.show()
../../../_images/shapes-16.png
sage: S = Sphere(.1, color='red').translate(P)
sage: S += Sphere(.1, color='blue').translate(Q)
sage: S += LineSegment(P, Q, .15, color='black')
sage: S.show()
../../../_images/shapes-17.png

AUTHOR:

  • Robert Bradshaw
class sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.Sphere

Bases: sage.plot.plot3d.parametric_surface.ParametricSurface

This class represents a sphere centered at the origin.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Sphere
sage: Sphere(3)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-18.png

Plot with aspect_ratio=1 to see it unsquashed:

sage: S = Sphere(3, color='blue') + Sphere(2, color='red').translate(0,3,0)
sage: S.show(aspect_ratio=1)
../../../_images/shapes-19.png

Scale to get an ellipsoid:

sage: S = Sphere(1).scale(1,2,1/2)
sage: S.show(aspect_ratio=1)
../../../_images/shapes-20.png
bounding_box()

Return the bounding box that contains this sphere.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Sphere
sage: Sphere(3).bounding_box()
((-3.0, -3.0, -3.0), (3.0, 3.0, 3.0))
get_grid(ds)

Return the range of variables to be evaluated on to render as a parametric surface.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Sphere
sage: Sphere(1).get_grid(100)
([-10.0, ..., 0.0, ..., 10.0],
 [0.0, ..., 3.141592653589793, ..., 0.0])
jmol_repr(render_params)

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Sphere

Jmol has native code for handling spheres:

sage: S = Sphere(2)
sage: S.jmol_repr(S.default_render_params())
['isosurface sphere_1  center {0 0 0} sphere 2.0\ncolor isosurface  [102,102,255]']
sage: S.translate(10, 100, 1000).jmol_repr(S.default_render_params())
[['isosurface sphere_1  center {10.0 100.0 1000.0} sphere 2.0\ncolor isosurface  [102,102,255]']]

It cannot natively handle ellipsoids:

sage: Sphere(1).scale(2, 3, 4).jmol_repr(S.testing_render_params())
[['pmesh obj_2 "obj_2.pmesh"\ncolor pmesh  [102,102,255]']]

Small spheres need extra hints to render well:

sage: Sphere(.01).jmol_repr(S.default_render_params())
['isosurface sphere_1 resolution 100 center {0 0 0} sphere 0.01\ncolor isosurface  [102,102,255]']
tachyon_repr(render_params)

Tachyon can natively handle spheres. Ellipsoids rendering is done as a parametric surface.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Sphere
sage: S = Sphere(2)
sage: S.tachyon_repr(S.default_render_params())
'Sphere center 0 0 0 Rad 2.0 texture...'
sage: S.translate(1, 2, 3).scale(3).tachyon_repr(S.default_render_params())
[['Sphere center 3.0 6.0 9.0 Rad 6.0 texture...']]
sage: S.scale(1,1/2,1/4).tachyon_repr(S.default_render_params())
[['TRI V0 0 0 -0.5 V1 0.308116 0.0271646 -0.493844 V2 0.312869 0 -0.493844',
  'texture...',
   ...
  'TRI V0 0.308116 -0.0271646 0.493844 V1 0.312869 0 0.493844 V2 0 0 0.5',
  'texture...']]
x3d_geometry()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Sphere
sage: Sphere(12).x3d_geometry()
"<Sphere radius='12.0'/>"
class sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.Text(string, **kwds)

Bases: sage.plot.plot3d.base.PrimitiveObject

A text label attached to a point in 3d space. It always starts at the origin, translate it to move it elsewhere.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Text
sage: Text("Just a lonely label.")
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-21.png
sage: pts = [(RealField(10)^3).random_element() for k in range(20)]
sage: sum(Text(str(P)).translate(P) for P in pts)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-22.png
bounding_box()

Text labels have no extent:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Text
sage: Text("Hi").bounding_box()
((0, 0, 0), (0, 0, 0))
jmol_repr(render_params)

Labels in jmol must be attached to atoms.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Text
sage: T = Text("Hi")
sage: T.jmol_repr(T.testing_render_params())
['select atomno = 1', 'color atom  [102,102,255]', 'label "Hi"']
sage: T = Text("Hi").translate(-1, 0, 0) + Text("Bye").translate(1, 0, 0)
sage: T.jmol_repr(T.testing_render_params())
[[['select atomno = 1', 'color atom  [102,102,255]', 'label "Hi"']],
 [['select atomno = 2', 'color atom  [102,102,255]', 'label "Bye"']]]
obj_repr(render_params)

The obj file format does not support text strings:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Text
sage: Text("Hi").obj_repr(None)
''
tachyon_repr(render_params)

Strings are not yet supported in Tachyon, so we ignore them for now:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Text
sage: Text("Hi").tachyon_repr(None)
''
x3d_geometry()

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Text
sage: Text("Hi").x3d_geometry()
"<Text string='Hi' solid='true'/>"
class sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.Torus

Bases: sage.plot.plot3d.parametric_surface.ParametricSurface

INPUT:

  • R – (default: 1) outer radius
  • r – (default: .3) inner radius

OUTPUT:

a 3d torus

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Torus
sage: Torus(1, .2).show(aspect_ratio=1)
../../../_images/shapes-23.png
sage: Torus(1, .7, color='red').show(aspect_ratio=1)
../../../_images/shapes-24.png

A rubberband ball:

sage: show(sum([Torus(1, .03, color=(1, t/30.0, 0)).rotate((1,1,1),t) for t in range(30)]))
../../../_images/shapes-25.png

Mmm… doughnuts:

sage: D = Torus(1, .4, color=(.5, .3, .2)) + Torus(1, .3, color='yellow').translate(0, 0, .15)
sage: G = sum(D.translate(RDF.random_element(-.2, .2), RDF.random_element(-.2, .2), .8*t) for t in range(10))
sage: G.show(aspect_ratio=1, frame=False)
../../../_images/shapes-26.png
get_grid(ds)

Return the range of variables to be evaluated on to render as a parametric surface.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import Torus
sage: Torus(2, 1).get_grid(100)
([0.0, -1.047..., -3.141592653589793, ..., 0.0],
 [0.0, 1.047..., 3.141592653589793, ..., 0.0])
sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.arrow3d(start, end, width=1, radius=None, head_radius=None, head_len=None, **kwds)

Create a 3d arrow.

INPUT:

  • start – (x,y,z) point; the starting point of the arrow
  • end – (x,y,z) point; the end point
  • width – (default: 1); how wide the arrow is
  • radius – (default: width/50.0) the radius of the arrow
  • head_radius – (default: 3*radius); radius of arrow head
  • head_len – (default: 3*head_radius); len of arrow head

EXAMPLES:

The default arrow:

sage: arrow3d((0,0,0), (1,1,1), 1)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-27.png

A fat arrow:

sage: arrow3d((0,0,0), (1,1,1), radius=0.1)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-28.png

A green arrow:

sage: arrow3d((0,0,0), (1,1,1), color='green')
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-29.png

A fat arrow head:

sage: arrow3d((2,1,0), (1,1,1), color='green', head_radius=0.3, aspect_ratio=[1,1,1])
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-30.png

Many arrows arranged in a circle (flying spears?):

sage: sum([arrow3d((cos(t),sin(t),0),(cos(t),sin(t),1)) for t in [0,0.3,..,2*pi]])
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-31.png

Change the width of the arrow. (Note: for an arrow that scales with zoom, please consider the line3d function with the option arrow_head=True):

sage: arrow3d((0,0,0), (1,1,1), width=1)
Graphics3d Object
../../../_images/shapes-32.png
sage.plot.plot3d.shapes.validate_frame_size(size)

Check that the input is an iterable of length 3 with all elements nonnegative and coercible to floats.

EXAMPLES:

sage: from sage.plot.plot3d.shapes import validate_frame_size
sage: validate_frame_size([3,2,1])
[3.0, 2.0, 1.0]