About Maui-MeshWorks

Maui is one of the islands that comprise the state of Hawaii. A mesh in computer graphics are points in space connected to form polygons which in turn form a surface of an object. One definition of works is a plant or building used to produce something. Maui-MeshWorks therefore is a mesh maker on Maui.

The plant is really only a desktop and the operator a retired engineer doing this for a hobby. The mesh(models) of mostly Maui related objects is made using a computer program called C4D by Maxon. Using the same program, scenes are made with these models sometimes combined with models of secondary objects built by other mesh makers.

Work in Progress

  1. Shelling of Kahului by Japanese submarine I-75, Dec. 15, 1941
  2. Hamakuapoko radio beacon, 1927. (Maui's contribution to the history of transpacific flight.)
  3. Twin Coach TC-23R bus, 1944



Page updated 5/15/13 by Maui MeshWorks