A 3D Geometry Lib
## About Geometry3D
Geometry3D is a simple python computational geographics library written in python. This library focuses on the functions and lacks efficiency which might be improved in future version.
## Core Features - Basic 3D Geometries: Point, Line, Plane, Segment, Convex Polygon and Convex Polyhedron. - Simple Object like Cubic, Sphere, Cylinder, Cone, Rectangle, Parallepiped, Parallogram and Circle. - Basic Attributes Of Geometries: length, area, volume. - Basic Relationships And Operations Between Geometries: move, angle, parallel, orthogonal, intersection. - Overload Build-In Functions Such As __contains__, __hash__, __eq__, __neg__. - A Naive Renderer Using matplotlib.
Some of the code comes from [sgl](https://github.com/Kingdread/sgl) whose author is really humorous.
No additional third-party library is required, it’s written in pure python and standard library.
Matplotlib is needed if you want to use the renderer.
## Installation `bash pip install Geometry3D `
## Test ### Unit Tests `bash python run_tests.py `
### Tests Run .py files under g3d_tests folder. For example: `bash python g3d_tests/test1.py `
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