The animation belongs to this thread here http://communities.ptc.com/message/263351#263351 Main goal was to avoid that Mathcad eats up all memory when the animation is made. Solution seems to be to represent the pic as a plain matrix as opposed to a nested vector. See the aforementioned discussion for further details and the Mathcad 15 worksheet itself. Unfortunately this Flash video here is mediocre in quality compared to the original AVI file which Mathcad created.
See please http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2014/contemporary-art-evening-sale-n09221/lot.27.html See please the Mathcad-shett - on killer of memory! http://communities.ptc.com/message/263290
I have created I think most difficult function of IAPWS-IF97 formulation - the function wspV3PT(p, T) - specific volume (of density) of water/steam near the critical point (region 3) - see the description this function and the link on my on line calculation here http://www.iapws.org/relguide/IF97-Rev.html Mathcad animation has a lot helped me to find bugs my wspV3PT function! See one animation above!
Cyborg Eagles FTC Team 7089 Block Party Robot 2013 / 2014 Season. Modeled in PTC Creo Parametric. With the rotating turret, pincher gripper and extendable arm, this robot could place blocks in the basket as fast as the shovel based robots. Low center of gravity and great traction, this robot can turn within it length.
When I render the animation in Photolux or default the 3D Annotation is NOT there. This was a camtastic screen capture. Is this functionality available or not part of the design intent? Thanks Dan Pasholk