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How to converet the format of figure (e.g. ***.fig) of two intersected spheres generated using matlab to obj format (e.g. ****.obj)?

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M.S. Khan
M.S. Khan on 25 Feb 2020
Commented: M.S. Khan on 28 Feb 2020
Using this code, i created two intersected spheres. Now how to convert the figure generated using below coding to ***.obj format.? Thanks for all cooperation and guidance in advance.
[X, Y, Z]=sphere;
a = [1 1 1 1.2; 2.293,1,1,1.8];
%Draw sphere #1
s1=surf(X*a(1,4)+a(1,1), Y*a(1,4)+a(1,2), Z*a(1,4)+a(1,3),'FaceColor', [1 1 1],'edgecolor','none','FaceAlpha',0.6);
axis equal
hold on
% Draw sphere # 2
s2=surf(X*a(2,4)+a(2,1), Y*a(2,4)+a(2,2), Z*a(2,4)+a(2,3),'FaceColor', [0 1 0],'edgecolor','none','FaceAlpha',0.5);
daspect([1 1 1])
x1range1 = -0.2;
x1range2 = 4.093;
y1range1 = -0.8;
y1range2 = 2.8;
z1range1 = -0.8;
z1range2 = 2.8;


Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 27 Feb 2020
Which of the different file formats using the .obj extension listed on this page are you trying to generate?
Do you have a reference / specification for the .obj file format to which you're trying to write?
M.S. Khan
M.S. Khan on 28 Feb 2020
Thanks for reply Steven for your reply.
Steven Lord, from the above code, i am receiving intersected spheres. sure its will be fig. is it possible to convert the same figure from **.fig to ***.obj format.

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