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In this video i demonstrate a nice feature of Bio7 to visualize 3d data created in “R” dynamically. The data for the points is generated in “R” and then transferred to the OpenGL view of Bio7.

In the first example a random plot is generated and updated.

In the second example 10000 random (lighted) spheres are normally distributed.

Finally the third example shows 100000 random (primitive) points normally distributed.

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