Can you code A 3D Building in MATLAB?

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Gianni Davies
Gianni Davies on 11 Jan 2022
Answered: Kevin Holly on 11 Jan 2022
Attached you will find a simple Spiral design I made fairly easily using a different coding software Dynamo.
Dynamo has tools which allow 3D models to be made far easier
I am wondering if it is actaully possible to create this shape in MATLAB and, if anyone knows how I would go about coding it in MATLAB it would help me out immesly
My only solution so far is what I would call 'brute force' where I define every co ordinate myself and plot that, but that I vert tedious and if theres a better solution anyone thinks is possibe I would like to try it out.

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Kevin Holly
Kevin Holly on 11 Jan 2022
This is the approach I would take.
%preallocate
m = zeros(100,100,100);
m(1,21:80,21:80) = ones(60);
angle = 0.25:0.25:360;
for i = 1:1440
new = imrotate(squeeze(m(1,:,:)),i/4);
win1 = centerCropWindow2d(size(new),size(squeeze(m(1,:,:))));
m(i,:,:) = imcrop(new ,win1);
end
figure
isosurface(m)
view(0,90)

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