An Easy-to-Use Molecular Display and Animation Program
Moviemol is a program for visualization and animation of molecular structures
for SGI workstations.
Moviemol typically takes sets of molecular coordinates and displays each of
these sets or frames one after the other to create a "movie". The
molecules/atoms/ions are displayed in ball-and-stick form. At any moment
during the animation, the molecules can be rotated or translated, magnified
or diminished. The input is simple
and the program is easy to run.
The program also produces very nice
postscript images of publication quality.
How to obtain moviemol
The program can be obtained
The program is free-of-charge for academic researchers and the price is
modest for commercial establishments.
The most recent version is 1.3.1.
A few demonstrations:
These are mpeg movies of the input
examples that come with the moviemol program illustrating
some typical applications and capabilities.
MD simulation of water wapour at 400K.
MD simulation of an Al(3+) water solution.
A phonon mode in the LiOH·H2O crystal.
A normal mode in the triflate ion
The crystal structure of RbH3(SeO3)2.
The C60 Buckminster fullerene structure.
Related and Miscellaneous information:
Authors and Copyright (C) 1998
Lars Ojamäe and
Linköping University and Uppsala University
The Moviemol Molecular Animation Program, firstname.lastname@example.org