Rhyscitlema Graph Plotter 3D is an application to draw any graph in a 3D virtual space, and with everything fully defined in text. A graph is a 3D object in space, having a position and a direction of orientation. It is viewed through a virtual camera which is yet another object in space. Everything about an object is defined in a single block of text, using variables and functions defined in the Rhyscitlema Function Expression Text (RFET) language. Multiple objects can be defined collectively, in a block of text called Rhyscitlema Objects Definition Text (RODT).
Currently an object can be: 1) a Surface: the graph of an equation of a surface given in the form f(x,y,z)=0, and 2) a Camera: a plane-surface used to view the Rhyscitlema 3D virtual space. By drawing appropriate graphs, colouring them with the appropriate image files, and making them to vary with time, the software can be used for more than just graph plotting. It can be used to design, develop, view and use complex systems like cars, houses, roads and even classic games.
In order to use this software you must first be familiar with the RFET language, which is possible by going through the user guide for the Rhyscitlema Calculator software, the later which is provided along with this software.
What is new in this release:
- Major bugs fixes.
- Change from MFET to RFET.