PC Protein _Viewing_.

dbg at scripps.edu dbg at scripps.edu
Sat May 7 16:10:58 EST 1994



> >>>>> "Robert" == Robert M Smith <rmsmith at unix.amherst.edu> writes:
> In article <2q464e$9s2 at amhux3.amherst.edu> rmsmith at unix.amherst.edu (Robert 
M. Smith) writes:
> 
>     Robert>   I am interested in acquiring protein viewing software
>     Robert> for a PC.  I use an SGI Iris with Quanta and CHARMm at lab
>     Robert> but would like to be able to view certain results
>     Robert> graphically from home.  Ideally, I would like something
>     Robert> that would allow me to display color SVGA stick figures,
>     Robert> rotate them, and even display van der Waals radii (as
>     Robert> dots, not solids).  High resolution and the ability to
>     Robert> rotate are essential as is low cost (<$200).  Any
>     Robert> assistance is greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

You may want to check out a package called molimage, which was written by
a colleage of mine, Duncan McRee. 
It sounds like just what you are looking for. Its a windows
based protein viewer, and has a very nice interface for rotating, clipping,
coloring, labeling, vdw surfaces, and cpk solids. It also has a ray-tracer
which can be used to generate really eye-popping rendered images. I use it
with a Pentium, but performance on a fast 486 is also quite acceptable.
I think he is selling it for around $100. You can drop him a line at
dem at scripps.edu

Dave Goodin 




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