Geomview is an interactive 3D viewing program written by the staff of the Geometry Center. It allows you to view and manipulate geometric objects and is considerably easier to use than many visualization packages. It can be configured to meet the visualization needs of a wide variety of applications.
The Geometry Center has distributed Geomview via the internet since 1992; it has over 2000 registered users around the world, including mathematicians, computer scientists, medical scientists, mechanical and aerospace engineers, and students.
Geomview runs on Unix workstations with the X window system, including but not limited to Silicon Graphics, Sun, HP, and Dec Alpha workstations, and IBM Compatible PCs running Linux (a version of Unix).
Created: Oct 01 1996 --- Last modified: Dec 18 1996