ProteinShader beta 0.9.4
ProteinShader is a new tool for macromolecular visualization, uses information from Protein Data Bank files to produce illustrative renderings of proteins that approximate what an artist might create by hand using pen and ink. A combination of Hermite and spherical linear interpolation is used to draw smooth, gradually rotating three-dimensional tubes and ribbons with a repeating pattern of texture coordinates, which allows the application of texture mapping, real-time halftoning, and smooth edge lines.
Joe Weber, joe.weber AT alumni.duke.edu
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Joseph R Weber
ProteinShader: illustrative rendering of macromolecules
BMC Structural Biology 2009, 9:19