DReAMM

DReAMM (Design, Render and Animate MCell Models) was developed at PSC by Joel Stiles to, well, design, render and animate the output from a MCell simulation. MCell simulatations explore physiology at the subcellular level. DReAMM runs on a local workstation to produce visualizations of MCell models.

Complete information about DReAMM, including a User's Guide, tutorials, and system requirements, can be found on the DReAMM web site.

For MCell documentation, see the MCell web site.

Last Updated on Friday, 18 November 2011 15:28  

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