CG programming for non-programmers, lesson 7

For the seventh lesson, we are going to start making two dimensional patterns.

To do this we will need to use both vPos.x (the horizontal position) and vPos.y (the vertical position).

You can see this lesson by CLICKING HERE.

5 Responses to “CG programming for non-programmers, lesson 7”

  1. Stephan Ahonen says:

    I wonder when we’re going to see a certain technique involving octaves of pseudorandom noise. 😀

  2. admin says:

    Yes, mmm, I wonder. :-)

  3. J. Peterson says:

    Funny, for me, the resulting pattern really seems to vibrate. An illusion, yes, but I couldn’t help searching for uTime just to be sure.

  4. Stephan Ahonen says:

    It’s probably this optical illusion:

  5. admin says:

    I’ve been researching this. This phenomenon apparently started in the Pleistocene era, when figures of animals drawn on cave walls appeared to dance and come to life under the flickering light of Paleolithic campfires.

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