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hey All
to implement Marching Cubes algorithm .. what are the steps i should follow ?!
i wanna help please + note that i'm implementing it using OpenGL
thanks in advance Smile | :)
Posted 1-Jan-12 11:07am
mobilat481
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The question does not make much sense. What "steps" do you expect? As always, a first step, you need to learn the algorithm; as a next step, you should plan your further steps — all by yourself, depending on your application your ultimate goals and requirements which you did not share with us. We also have no idea what do you think is difficult. We have no idea what do you want to have on input, what do you want to do with your rendered surface.
 
The work is not easy; you should study the literature, plan development thoroughly. Any further detail is not something you could acquire from a quick answer, not matter what it might describe.
 
—SA
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Shakti Misra at 2-Jan-12 0:24am
   
I agree. This is no place to ask home work questions or "Developer for hire" questions.
mobilat at 2-Jan-12 4:33am
   
why you talk to me on this way !? .. i was learning graphics & visualization course myself ... and i wanna to implement this algorithm i know the steps and how this algorithm works
i'm so sorry because i make a noise for both of u && i'll never ask any Question again ..
Shakti Misra at 2-Jan-12 10:22am
   
Hello Mobilat. This is not to discourage you. Sorry if you felt like that. But while you ask question you have to refine your question. Else people cannot help you. Can you answer my question below?
Hey All, I want to build a rocket, what are the steps required?
Learning is a continuous and tedious process. You should not let your ego come in way.
mobilat at 2-Jan-12 13:28pm
   
never mind .. i got it
thanks for ur comment& advice too..may be my question wasn't clear
i'll fix this problem

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