optics2glazedb program

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,

···

______________________________________________________________
François Cantin, M Arch, MSc Arch

Hudon Julien associes,
1175 Lavigerie, suite 400, Ste-Foy(Québec) G1V 4P1
Tél: (418) 653-8484 #224, Fax:(418) 653-6189
E-mail: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>
Site web: www.hudonjulien.com<http://www.hudonjulien.com/>

      Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:
            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

Hi Francois,

The script is still available at the site. Please give it a try again and let me know if it works. As for "official" this is it, as I am the one who put the script together.

Regards,

-Jack de Valpine

···

--
# Jack de Valpine
# president
#
# visarc incorporated
# http://www.visarc.com
#
# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 10:51 AM, François Cantin wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,

______________________________________________________________

*François Cantin, M Arch, MSc Arch
*
*Hudon Julien* associes,

1175 Lavigerie, suite 400, Ste-Foy(Québec) G1V 4P1
Tél: (418) 653-8484 #224, Fax:(418) 653-6189
E-mail: [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>
Site web: www.hudonjulien.com <http://www.hudonjulien.com/>

Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:

            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

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Radiance-general mailing list
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Hi Jack,

Thanks for your fast reply. Indeed, it works...

Regards,

François

···

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jack de Valpine
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:40 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

The script is still available at the site. Please give it a try again and let me know if it works. As for "official" this is it, as I am the one who put the script together.

Regards,

-Jack de Valpine

--

# Jack de Valpine

# president

#

# visarc incorporated

# http://www.visarc.com

#

# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 10:51 AM, François Cantin wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,
______________________________________________________________
François Cantin, M Arch, MSc Arch

Hudon Julien associes,
1175 Lavigerie, suite 400, Ste-Foy(Québec) G1V 4P1
Tél: (418) 653-8484 #224, Fax:(418) 653-6189
E-mail: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>
Site web: www.hudonjulien.com<http://www.hudonjulien.com/>

      Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:
            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

_______________________________________________

Radiance-general mailing list

[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>

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Hi Francois,

Great, let me know if you have any questions.

-Jack

···

--
# Jack de Valpine
# president
#
# visarc incorporated
# http://www.visarc.com
#
# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 11:56 AM, François Cantin wrote:

Hi Jack,

Thanks for your fast reply. Indeed, it works...

Regards,

François

*From:*[email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] *On Behalf Of *Jack de Valpine
*Sent:* Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:40 AM
*To:* Radiance general discussion
*Subject:* Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

The script is still available at the site. Please give it a try again and let me know if it works. As for "official" this is it, as I am the one who put the script together.

Regards,

-Jack de Valpine

--
# Jack de Valpine
# president
#
# visarc incorporated
#http://www.visarc.com
#
# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 10:51 AM, François Cantin wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,

______________________________________________________________

*François Cantin, M Arch, MSc Arch
*
*Hudon Julien* associes,

1175 Lavigerie, suite 400, Ste-Foy(Québec) G1V 4P1
Tél: (418) 653-8484 #224, Fax:(418) 653-6189
E-mail: [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>
Site web: www.hudonjulien.com <http://www.hudonjulien.com/>

Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:

            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

Radiance-general mailing list
[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>
http://www.radiance-online.org/mailman/listinfo/radiance-general

_______________________________________________
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Hi Jack,

When I pass a set of files (Radiance output from Optics 5) to Optics2glazedb, the script doesn't seem to be able to ''compute'' all the uncoated glass (Monolithic type in Optics 5).

Following the example taken from your presentation at the 2009 Radiance Workshop, I try to process a Starphire Ultra Clear from PPG Industries (NFRC ID= 5004) as the glass that will serve as the clear glass for my set. However, despite using a clean output from Optics, I can't get a complete output from Optics2glazedb (all I get is an header with no value):

Surface Tr Tg Tb Rcr Rcg Rcb Rgr Rgg Rgb Part

On the other hand, when I pass a LowE on clear from Viracon (The other glass taken from your example - NFRC ID= 6046) the script return a good output.

Do you have any idea of what is going on ? (In fact, I should probably ask: what am I doing wrong ?)
I'm working on Cygwin, this may be the cause of the problem...

Also, you mentioned that the first glass material description must be for an uncoated ''clear'' glass. Can you give more explanation about that ? Is this a limitation of the Glaze script ?

Once again, thanks for your help, I very appreciate it !

François

···

From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jack de Valpine
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 12:29 PM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

Great, let me know if you have any questions.

-Jack

--

# Jack de Valpine

# president

#

# visarc incorporated

# http://www.visarc.com

#

# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 11:56 AM, François Cantin wrote:
Hi Jack,

Thanks for your fast reply. Indeed, it works...

Regards,

François

From: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]> [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jack de Valpine
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:40 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

The script is still available at the site. Please give it a try again and let me know if it works. As for "official" this is it, as I am the one who put the script together.

Regards,

-Jack de Valpine

--

# Jack de Valpine

# president

#

# visarc incorporated

# http://www.visarc.com

#

# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 10:51 AM, François Cantin wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,
______________________________________________________________
François Cantin, M Arch, MSc Arch

Hudon Julien associes,
1175 Lavigerie, suite 400, Ste-Foy(Québec) G1V 4P1
Tél: (418) 653-8484 #224, Fax:(418) 653-6189
E-mail: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>
Site web: www.hudonjulien.com<http://www.hudonjulien.com/>

      Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:
            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

_______________________________________________

Radiance-general mailing list

[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>

http://www.radiance-online.org/mailman/listinfo/radiance-general

_______________________________________________

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[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>

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Hi Jack,

I think I managed to solve the problem concerning the processing of some monolithic glass from Optics (i.e. Starphire Ultra Clear from PPG Industries - NFRC ID= 5004).

When exporting a glazing system including only one layer of clear glass instead of exporting a single layer in Optics, the resulting output can then be processed correctly by Optics2glazedb.
However, as shown below, both outputs (layer vs glazing system) are identical, except for the headers and the material identifier:

Layer export:

···

#
# FileName= STRPH_6.PPG
# Product Name= Starphire¬ģ
# NFRC ID= 5004
# Manufacturer Name= PPG Industries
# Glazing Type= Monolithic
# Coated Side= Neither
# Transmittance= 0.911
# Front Reflectance= 0.082
# Back Reflectance= 0.083
# Thickness(mm)= 5.664
# Appearance=
#

void glass STRPH_6_glass
0
0
3 0.989 0.993 0.989

void BRTDfunc STRPH_6_front
10
      0.081 0.082 0.084
      0.908 0.912 0.908
      0 0 0
      .
0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

void BRTDfunc STRPH_6_back
10
      0.082 0.083 0.085
      0.908 0.912 0.908
      0 0 0
      .
0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Glazing system export (one clear glass layer):
#
# FileName= GlzSys.usr
# Product Name=
# NFRC ID= 30005
# Manufacturer Name= User
# Glazing Type= Glazing system
# Coated Side= Neither
# Transmittance= 0.911
# Front Reflectance= 0.082
# Back Reflectance= 0.083
# Thickness(mm)= 5.664
# Appearance=
#

void glass GlzSys_glass
0
0
3 0.989 0.993 0.989

void BRTDfunc GlzSys_front
10
      0.081 0.082 0.084
      0.908 0.912 0.908
      0 0 0
      .
0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

void BRTDfunc GlzSys_back
10
      0.082 0.083 0.085
      0.908 0.912 0.908
      0 0 0
      .
0
9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

In short, it seems to work, but I don't know why. However, it is much better than: it doesn't work and I don't know why... :wink:

Regards,

François

From: Fran√ßois Cantin [mailto:[email protected]]<mailto:[mailto:[email protected]]>
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2010 6:51 PM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Jack,

When I pass a set of files (Radiance output from Optics 5) to Optics2glazedb, the script doesn't seem to be able to ''compute'' all the uncoated glass (Monolithic type in Optics 5).

Following the example taken from your presentation at the 2009 Radiance Workshop, I try to process a Starphire Ultra Clear from PPG Industries (NFRC ID= 5004) as the glass that will serve as the clear glass for my set. However, despite using a clean output from Optics, I can't get a complete output from Optics2glazedb (all I get is an header with no value):

Surface Tr Tg Tb Rcr Rcg Rcb Rgr Rgg Rgb Part

On the other hand, when I pass a LowE on clear from Viracon (The other glass taken from your example - NFRC ID= 6046) the script return a good output.

Do you have any idea of what is going on ? (In fact, I should probably ask: what am I doing wrong ?)
I'm working on Cygwin, this may be the cause of the problem...

Also, you mentioned that the first glass material description must be for an uncoated ''clear'' glass. Can you give more explanation about that ? Is this a limitation of the Glaze script ?

Once again, thanks for your help, I very appreciate it !

François

From: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]> [mailto:[email protected]]<mailto:[mailto:[email protected]]> On Behalf Of Jack de Valpine
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 12:29 PM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

Great, let me know if you have any questions.

-Jack

--

# Jack de Valpine

# president

#

# visarc incorporated

# http://www.visarc.com

#

# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 11:56 AM, François Cantin wrote:
Hi Jack,

Thanks for your fast reply. Indeed, it works...

Regards,

François

From: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]> [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jack de Valpine
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:40 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

The script is still available at the site. Please give it a try again and let me know if it works. As for "official" this is it, as I am the one who put the script together.

Regards,

-Jack de Valpine

--

# Jack de Valpine

# president

#

# visarc incorporated

# http://www.visarc.com

#

# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 10:51 AM, François Cantin wrote:
Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,
______________________________________________________________
François Cantin, M Arch, MSc Arch

Hudon Julien associes,
1175 Lavigerie, suite 400, Ste-Foy(Québec) G1V 4P1
Tél: (418) 653-8484 #224, Fax:(418) 653-6189
E-mail: [email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>
Site web: www.hudonjulien.com<http://www.hudonjulien.com/>

      Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:
            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

_______________________________________________

Radiance-general mailing list

[email protected]<mailto:[email protected]>

http://www.radiance-online.org/mailman/listinfo/radiance-general

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Hi Francois,

My apologies it looks like I missed your previous email on this. Let me take a look at this and then follow-up. One thing to note is that you want to be export single layers (that is the component layers that will make up a glazing system) from optics. We are relying on the glaze script to combine the layers and produce a usable material definition.

-Jack

···

--
# Jack de Valpine
# president
#
# visarc incorporated
# http://www.visarc.com
#
# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/14/2010 1:30 PM, François Cantin wrote:

Hi Jack,

I think I managed to solve the problem concerning the processing of some monolithic glass from Optics (i.e. Starphire Ultra Clear from PPG Industries - NFRC ID= 5004).

When exporting a glazing system including only one layer of clear glass instead of exporting a single layer in Optics, the resulting output can then be processed correctly by Optics2glazedb.

However, as shown below, both outputs (layer vs glazing system) are identical, except for the headers and the material identifier:

Layer export:

#

# FileName= STRPH_6.PPG

# Product Name= Starphire¬ģ

# NFRC ID= 5004

# Manufacturer Name= PPG Industries

# Glazing Type= Monolithic

# Coated Side= Neither

# Transmittance= 0.911

# Front Reflectance= 0.082

# Back Reflectance= 0.083

# Thickness(mm)= 5.664

# Appearance=

#

void glass STRPH_6_glass

0

0

3 0.989 0.993 0.989

void BRTDfunc STRPH_6_front

10

      0.081 0.082 0.084

      0.908 0.912 0.908

      0 0 0

      .

0

9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

void BRTDfunc STRPH_6_back

10

      0.082 0.083 0.085

      0.908 0.912 0.908

      0 0 0

      .

0

9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Glazing system export (one clear glass layer):

#

# FileName= GlzSys.usr

# Product Name=

# NFRC ID= 30005

# Manufacturer Name= User

# Glazing Type= Glazing system

# Coated Side= Neither

# Transmittance= 0.911

# Front Reflectance= 0.082

# Back Reflectance= 0.083

# Thickness(mm)= 5.664

# Appearance=

#

void glass GlzSys_glass

0

0

3 0.989 0.993 0.989

void BRTDfunc GlzSys_front

10

      0.081 0.082 0.084

      0.908 0.912 0.908

      0 0 0

      .

0

9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

void BRTDfunc GlzSys_back

10

      0.082 0.083 0.085

      0.908 0.912 0.908

      0 0 0

      .

0

9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

In short, it seems to work, but I don't know why. However, it is much better than: it doesn't work and I don't know why... :wink:

Regards,

François

*From:*Fran√ßois Cantin [mailto:[email protected]] <mailto:[mailto:[email protected]]>
*Sent:* Wednesday, December 08, 2010 6:51 PM
*To:* Radiance general discussion
*Subject:* Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Jack,

When I pass a set of files (Radiance output from Optics 5) to Optics2glazedb, the script doesn't seem to be able to ''compute'' all the uncoated glass (Monolithic type in Optics 5).

Following the example taken from your presentation at the 2009 Radiance Workshop, I try to process a Starphire Ultra Clear from PPG Industries (NFRC ID= 5004) as the glass that will serve as the clear glass for my set. However, despite using a clean output from Optics, I can't get a complete output from Optics2glazedb (all I get is an header with no value):

/Surface Tr Tg Tb Rcr Rcg Rcb Rgr Rgg Rgb Part/

On the other hand, when I pass a LowE on clear from Viracon (The other glass taken from your example - NFRC ID= 6046) the script return a good output.

Do you have any idea of what is going on ? (In fact, I should probably ask: what am I doing wrong ?)

I'm working on Cygwin, this may be the cause of the problem...

Also, you mentioned that the first glass material description must be for an uncoated ''clear'' glass. Can you give more explanation about that ? Is this a limitation of the Glaze script ?

Once again, thanks for your help, I very appreciate it !

François

*From:*[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> [mailto:[email protected]] <mailto:[mailto:[email protected]]> *On Behalf Of *Jack de Valpine
*Sent:* Tuesday, December 07, 2010 12:29 PM
*To:* Radiance general discussion
*Subject:* Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

Great, let me know if you have any questions.

-Jack

--
# Jack de Valpine
# president
#
# visarc incorporated
#http://www.visarc.com
#
# channeling technology for superior design and construction

On 12/7/2010 11:56 AM, François Cantin wrote:

Hi Jack,

Thanks for your fast reply. Indeed, it works...

Regards,

François

*From:*[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> [mailto:[email protected]] *On Behalf Of *Jack de Valpine
*Sent:* Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:40 AM
*To:* Radiance general discussion
*Subject:* Re: [Radiance-general] optics2glazedb program

Hi Francois,

The script is still available at the site. Please give it a try again and let me know if it works. As for "official" this is it, as I am the one who put the script together.

Regards,

-Jack de Valpine

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On 12/7/2010 10:51 AM, François Cantin wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the optics2glazedb program.

Since the link provided by Jack de Valpine more than one year ago doesn't seem to be valid anymore, is there another ''official'' link to download this gem ? :wink:

Thanks in advance,

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Hi Anne,

      This is not in the standard distribution it is something that I put
      together. I have placed a copy up on our ftp site. You can download it
      as follows:

            go to: ftp://ftp.visarc.com
            username: u36117396-rw2009
            passwd: rw20094vis

      The usage is as follows:
      optics2glazedb glass_1.mat .... glass_n.mat

      NOTE that the first glass material description should be for a "clear"
      glass.

      Please let me know if you have any questions.

      Regards,

      -Jack de Valpine

      # Jack de Valpine
      # president
      #
      # visarc incorporated
      # http://www.visarc.com
      #
      # channeling technology for superior design and construction

            Anne Iversen wrote:

            Inspired by the presentation of Jack I want to generate a
            new database for the glaze script by running optics2glazedb.
            As far as I can see, the program is not included in the latest version
            (HEAD)? Where can I find optics2glazedb?

            Anne

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