Generate a STY triangular spherical mesh in Blender

Please, refer to the “Removing starting cube and camera in Blender” post to obtain a clean Blender startup. Refer also to “Generate a STY triangular planar mesh in Blender” for further details. Shift + s -> Cursor to Center Lower horizontal command bar. Add -> Mesh -> UV sphere Click on the “+” which is in the upper right corner of the screen. The “+” appears on the left corner with respect to the right vertical command bar. After having clicked on “+”, a new menu will appear. ...
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Generate a STY triangular cylindrical mesh in Blender

Please, refer to the “Removing starting cube and camera in Blender”post to obtain a clean Blender startup. Refer also to “Generate a STY triangular planar mesh in Blender” for further details. Shift + s -> Cursor to Center Lower horizontal command bar. Add -> Mesh -> Cylinder Click on the “+” which is in the upper right corner of the screen. The “+” appears on the left corner with respect to the right vertical command bar. After having clicked on “+”, a new menu will appear. ...
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Generate a STY triangular planar mesh in Blender

Please, refer to the “Removing starting cube and camera in Blender” post to obtain a clean Blender startup. Shift + s -> Cursor to Center Lower horizontal command bar. Add -> Mesh -> Plane Click on the “+” which is in the upper right corner of the screen. The “+” appears on the left corner with respect to the right vertical command bar. After having clicked on “+”, a new menu will appear. At this point, the plate belongs to the xy plane of the red(x)-green(y)-blue(z) coordin...
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Emulating Matlab’s meshgrid in CUDA

On our GitHub webpage, we are posting a worked example implementing in CUDA the classical Matlab's meshgrid function. In Matlab: x = [1 2 3]; y = [4 5 6 7]; [X, Y] = meshgrid(x, y); produces: X = 1     2     3 1     2     3 1     2     3 1     2     3 and Y = 4     4     4 5     5     5 6     6     6 7     7     7 X is exactly the four-fold replication of the x array, while Y is the three-fold consecutive replication of each element of the y array.
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