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A comprehensive piece of software that allows you to generate both simple and highly complex 3D models using mathematical equations

editor's review





MathMod is a powerful yet easy to use software solution that allows you to perform complex 3D and 4D surface modelling. With it you are able to generate models and visualize them in implicit or parametric form.

An application for both the math buff and the casual user

Right off the bat, MathMod is a piece of software that initially seems to be catered for people who have a good handle on math and the principles of modelling. Its interface is straightforward and easy to manage but if you stare at the tab names without understanding what you have to do, then MathMod might not seem all that accessible to you.

To make things a bit more comprehensive, MathMod offers you a very large database of model samples that can be generated with it. Apart from visualizing the actual shape, you are also free to edit the scripts and equations in order to understand how each parameter influences and reshapes the model.

Export hypersurfaces to OBJ format in a simple manner

MathMod allows you to play and learn, as well as generate objects which you can then export to OBJ format and use with a multitude of advanced animation and modelling software solutions.

It comes with a more than generous collection of mathematical models on top of which you can work. You can study a model in detail by rotating it to any angle and zooming in. MathMod enables you to switch the mesh and fill on or off, smooth surfaces and display normales.

Moreover, MathMod can also be used to generate animations that showcase how the model morphs as it is given new parameters to work with.

An interesting app for mathematical modeling

With the above to consider and a few more things to discover, it’s safe to say that if you’re looking for a practical solution to mathematical modeling, then you can certainly try MathMod.

MathMod was reviewed by Alexandru Chirila
Last updated on March 18th, 2015
MathMod - From the main window of MathMod you are able to use mathematical equations and generate all kinds of 3D surfaces.MathMod - From the Grid/Colors section, you are able to adjust Iso grid characteristics along with the model colors.MathMod - From the Script Editor tab, you are able to write down or paste the code that you want to use in order to generate the model.MathMod - screenshot #4MathMod - screenshot #5

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