[SLED] Creating and Translating CAD files to Second Life objects - best software/apps to use? - for chemistry applications
pmiller at liverpool.ac.uk
Wed Dec 23 06:16:43 PST 2009
Quite likely that Hiro will popup here shortly. In the meantime:
1. You can get his basic molecule rezzer from ACS here:
2. He also has a more sophisticated version called Orac that runs off chatted SMILES, InChi or InChiKey codes. I seem to have a copyable version but I should confirm with him thaat it is OK to distribute.
3. There are various protein rezzers. See the following for a little background:
4. Do check out the recent paper by Horace and Hiro:
5. There is also an inworld group called Molecular Stuctures (memo to self: organise a meeting)
From: educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com [educators-bounces at lists.secondlife.com] On Behalf Of Eloise Pasteur [eloisepasteur at gmail.com]
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In world you want to look up Horace Moody and Hiro Sheridan, the former is the Drexel chemistry professor, the latter a Maths professor at Oral Roberts. They're the two that between them did the Drexel model and Hiro has a load of other importer devices set up too.
On 23 Dec 2009, at 02:58, Tim Allen wrote:
> I'm not sure specifically what apps would be best, but thought I'd
> point you in the direction of the Drexel University sims. A prof at
> Drexel made large 3-D representations of molecules there, and made a
> script that reads a molecular notation off of a notecard and builds
> the molecules in 3-D. Cool stuff, I thought it might interest you.
> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 9:16 PM, <margh2010 at comcast.net> wrote:
>> Specifically, when creating molecular objects for chemistry
>> instruction purposes.
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