Making movies of models
mrc7 at cam.ac.uk
Mon Feb 19 09:48:46 EST 2001
In article <20010216212511.5893A36F9 at sitemail.everyone.net>, rainer machne
<URL:mailto:machne at smoove.org> wrote:
> CHIME is a plug-in for your browser that allows you to write simple
> scripts(with comma nds like move, rotate, zoom,...) for animated
> presentation of PDB files which can than be implemented in an html code
> and published on the net. It's sounds hard but actuall y it is quite
> check out
> to learn more about chime.
> you can see such chime presentations about the structure of beta-catenin
> (click "3D structure").
> You can find more examples on the above link to Eric Martz's chime
> resource site.
> Rainer Machne
One of the things I dislike about CHIME is that as a plug-in it is only
available for some OSs and and not for others. This generates two classes
of people accessing your website.
 Those that have access to your information.
 Those that don't!
Thus CHIME works well for a controlled teaching environment where you can
ensure that everyone has access to the required OS and plug-in. I wouldn't
agree that it is a good piece of software if your intention is to make the
information as widely available as possible.
Mike Clark, <URL:http://www.path.cam.ac.uk/~mrc7/>
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