n-dimensional visualization software

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How to increase resolution of 3D image in GRASS NVIZ

I am trying to make 3D visualization of terrain data and orthophoto using GRASS NVIZ via QGIS. I have been able to import both the DTM and the orthophoto in NVIZ window and successfully draped the ...
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In GRASS in QGIS, what do I do if “NVIZ module not found”?

I was a on a Windows system using GRASS in QGIS when the error below occurred. NVIZ module not found I wonder how I can solve this problem?
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Unable to load 'nviz' through GRASS

I am using QGIS 2.0.1-Dufouron on Windows 7. When I try to load nviz via GRASS, I get the message "Module nviz not found". Weirdly enough, I can load it via the toolbox and be able to 'run' it (it ...
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How do I run the nvis tool in QGIS GRASS?

I am trying to follow this workflow: [How to generate a DEM from a countour Shapefile?] and it's running fine, and when I hit view output or view results I end up with a flat raster with shading ...
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How to get custom colormap onto 3D NVIZ in QGIS GRASS

I am trying to create a 3D version of my 2D raster using QGIS GRASS NVIZ. I have been following these steps: ...
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How to change the raster color range in GRASS NVIZ?

I'm trying to create a 3d map in GRASS NVIZ from a GDEM (raster) and the range of colors that show the height of the terrain are very ugly, how I can change them? For example, I would like the low ...
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Problem with nviz and QGIS 1.8

I am using QGIS 1.8.0 on Windows 7. In nviz (via SEXTANTE), after selecting an altitude layer and the GRASS region extent, I hit OK; the progress bar quickly reaches 100% and then absolutely nothing ...
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Why can't I load more than 12 elevation files into NVIZ?

I have a large set of rasters in a GRASS mapset, which I would like to use as frames in an animation, visualizing the raster data as elevation. NVIZ is an obvious tool for this, but I'm having trouble ...