how to project images on the side walls of a 3D surf plot

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K. . 2014년 2월 27일
댓글: Gabriele Barbaraci . 2018년 9월 26일
USing for example the next surf plot:
[X,Y,Z] = peaks(30);
(in my script, X, Y and Z are vectors)
I would like to complete the next 2 tasks:
a. to project an image into one of the side walls which are white. b. to have the projection of the Z-X array (2D plot) in the other white side wall.
Is that possible? If yes, any help or idea is more than welcome. thank you,

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Sven 2014년 2월 27일
편집: Sven 님. 2014년 2월 27일
Hi Konstantinos,
Does this code get you on your way?
R = 0:0.1:1;
z = cos(-R); % that'd be your current y-function
th = 0:pi/20:2*pi;
X = bsxfun(@times,R',cos(th)) + 1;
Y = bsxfun(@times,R',sin(th)) + 1;
Z = repmat(z',1,length(th));
hold on
axis image
C = surfc(Z,X,Y);
for i = 2:length(C)
Ch = C(i);
If that's not what you're looking for, can you elaborate on the question?
Thanks, Sven.
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Gabriele Barbaraci
Gabriele Barbaraci 2018년 9월 26일
figure(1) surf(x,y,Lfr) xlabel('r_w[m]=radius of wire') ylabel('d[m]=distance between wires') zlabel('Inductance[H]') title('Partial Mutual-Inductance for Round Cross Section Wire') hold on for X=0.001:0.001:0.05; plot3(0*ones(size(rw)),d,(u0/(2*pi))*L*(log((L./(d+X))+sqrt((L./(d+X)).^2+1))+((d+X)./L)-sqrt(1+((d+X)./L).^2))) hold on end

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