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  Advanced Features  

  This image shows advanced VRML Features.
  • Animations. Click directly on the cave passages to start the cave rotating.
  • Transparency. This image was rendered with tranparent passage walls, which make the "shot lines" visible.
  • Spline Surface. This image shows spline surface smoothing, which makes the passage walls much smoother.
  • Tool Bars. If you are using the Cortona VRML Plug-in, you should see tool bars around the edge of the window. These tool bars allow to manipulate the image in a variety of ways. (Right click on the image and select 'Help' for detailed information.)
  • Best Image. If you are using the the Cortona VRML Plug-in, select the "R98 Renderer" and enable all "Anti-aliasing" options. (Right click on the image to view options.) This will produce a smoother image, although the display may be slower.

Note: if the image is not colored according to the passage depth, right click on the image and enable the "Headlight" mode.

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