SurfacesDemonstrate the visualization of a sine surface, as well as a torus and a wheel constructed from a surface 
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This example demonstrates the use of the Surface visualizer that visualizes a moving, parameterized surface. The "sinewave" surface is a direct application of the surface model. Furthermore, the "torus" surface is an instance of Torus, the "wheel" surface is an instance of VoluminousWheel, and the "pipeWithScalarField surface is an instance of PipeWithScalarField. All latter visual shapes are constructed with the surface model. The following image shows a screenshot of this example model:
x_min 
Value: 1 Type: Real Description: Minimum value of x 

x_max 
Value: +1 Type: Real Description: Maximum value of x 
y_min 
Value: 1 Type: Real Description: Minimum value of y 
y_max 
Value: +1 Type: Real Description: Maximum value of y 
z_min 
Value: 0 Type: Real Description: Minimum value of z 
z_max 
Value: 1 Type: Real Description: Maximum value of z 
surface 
Type: Surface 


world 
Type: World 

torus 
Type: Torus 

prismatic 
Type: Prismatic 

position 
Type: Position 

sine 
Type: Sine 

fixedTranslation1 
Type: FixedTranslation 

fixedTranslation2 
Type: FixedTranslation 

wheel 
Type: VoluminousWheel 

pipeWithScalarField 
Type: PipeWithScalarField 

fixedTranslation3 
Type: FixedTranslation 