I took a look at the available 3D plotter package in Julia but at first glance they look complicated to me (maybe I mislooked). I’m looking for a package similar to the rgl R package, that is, you just have to enter the vertices coordinates and the indices of the triangle vertices. Is there such a package in Julia? I’m also comfortable with the Pyvista Python package.
isn’t that just GLMakie? with some extra steps if you want with GeometryBasics.jl · GeometryBasics.jl (not needed for basics stuff)
some extra geometry examples can be found here: GitHub - lazarusA/100daysOfMakie: 100 days of Makie examples
Sorry but I understand nothing to the docs. Can someone show me a basic example, e.g. a tetrahedron or a cube?
mesh(Rect3f(Vec3f(-0.5), Vec3f(1)); color = :red)
of course you need to install GLMakie first.
Also, a pyramid
using GLMakie, GeometryBasics
mesh(Pyramid(Point3f(0), 1.0f0, 1.0f0); color = :gold, transparency =true)
wireframe!(Pyramid(Point3f(0), 1.0f0, 1.0f0); color=:black,
linewidth = 2, transparency = true)