Draw a 3D voxel representation of a binary tensor or 3D matrix.


Updated 1 Sep 2016

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A binary tensor may also be referred to as a 3D matrix of zeros and non-zeros or a 3D logical array. binaryTensorVoxel will draw cubes where there are non-zero entries in a tensor and leave vacancies where there are zeros. A simple use case example is
t = round(rand(3,3,3)); % zeros and ones

The thumbnail image for this File Exchange entry was drawn by applying binaryTensorVoxel to a 3D cellular automaton.

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Paul Kassebaum (2023). binaryTensorVoxel (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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