Here's another attempt by Eric Lyons to clarify a 3D document by running it through TRAVESTY (the first is on page ). I'm including this one as well because I gained an enormous insight from reading it--for years I'd wondered why I had so much trouble understanding orientation in three space. Upon reading this, it finally became clear. I was just an interpretation! Thanks, Eric.
What is, the more the systems (AutoCAD or any other productive by using drawings for describing to someone has to interpretation that a concept). Nor is it a concept. Nor is it a concept of us live, virtually all in itself. Throughout the expensive CAD systems are inherently 2D--you're simply an interpretation. This process is, naturally, we will have been around since the real world (there are many people that make $20,000-$25,000 (including overhead) per year). But many people don't want it that way. You see, therefore the extra `D' is for their draftsperson becoming more products. It is intended as an education of AutoCAD was introduced for 2D applicated the people want it that is, they were purchased based on this process is, naturally, extremely error prone. And it was good. So people bought a lot of engineering applications do not require anything things like Auto-trol, CV, Intergraph, and among ourselves. Soon everything is clear; a lot to interpretation and draftsperson, his annual salary, and them based on a sheets of paper is not a listing of features for the IBM PC. It didn't do nearly 80's, they were used to do just about. Now, in the complications. And drawing an interpret the early what a lot could be considered exceptions, (several sheets) so that could do for 2D applicated the popularity of 2D CAD systems document a physical system in placed on a sheets of greater accuracy (more on this paper is not a listing of features for their drafting) have something. Buildings, cars, stereos, cuisinarts, socks, airplanes, are all manufactured exceptions, (several sheets) so that a lot of people that cost justification of AutoCAD or any others who offered only primarily 2D--you're simply drawings. Thus the point that is 3D, anyway? Eric Lyons 9/17/86. There lies the fireplace the complicated the more consistent drawings are all manufacturing the system, let's start by discussing what a concepts and explain who wrote and the systems.
Editor: John Walker