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Postby Dr Robert » Mon Jul 31, 2006 10:26 am

All I seem to see is morphs used as entertainment. With software sections given a name like "Industrial", I would expect more "Professional" applications.

So, how about an user area for showing and describing real applications?

I used Morpheus yesterday on my webpage for showing a CAD drawing changing to a real object. I took several Satellite dish azimuth drive images produced by a 3D CAD software system called "Alibre" and morphed the final image with the actual hardware used. The resulting *.gif is located on my webpage

Other obvious application areas are sales, and engineering support.

I am going to show how an original object relates to the modified version by morphing the "before" image into the the "after" image. In this case the "before" object is a polar mounted satelllite dish and the "after" object will be a Alt-Az mounting of the same dish.
If done carefully, the areas not needing engineering effort should stay static and the areas requiring significant effort will standout as they change.

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Postby Ark » Mon Jul 31, 2006 11:15 am

Sure, we can try a new forums for people to showcase their Professional uses of Morpheus. I would be interested to see more of the non-entertainment uses and concepts people have for Morpheus.
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Postby edwind » Thu Aug 19, 2010 4:59 am

Why doen't your link go to a page with the morph on? It's just an advert for electrical gear.
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Re: new forum

Postby emmrecs » Fri Aug 20, 2010 7:43 am

edwind wrote:Why doen't your link go to a page with the morph on? It's just an advert for electrical gear.

Perhaps because the original post is dated 2006?
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