[chaoscope] Re: Animation

  • From: carl cepurneek <cepurneek@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: chaoscope@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 22:08:06 +0000 (GMT)

Yes, nearly...

I'm working on a new version of Rot4Chaoscope which, in conjunction with 
Ani4Chaoscope, will do what you ask. Use Ani4Chaoscope to create a set of 
project files with varying parameters -- linear interpolation between a start 
and an end project -- and then load the first project of the numbered sequence 
into Rot4Chaoscope. My utility counts the number of sequentially numbered 
projects of the same name and applies the desired rotation across the available 
frames, eg if you set y-axis rotation to 720 degrees you'll get 2 degrees per 
frame if there are projects files numbered from 000000 to 000359. I'd like to 
write a better help file, but will try and get V2 up on my site in a day or 
two. The first version [ Rot4Chaoscope1_02.exe at 
http://000cpc000.freepgs.com/Chaoscope_utes/ ] does rotations of a single 



----- Original Message ----
From: Terry King <cricket333@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: chaoscope@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Monday, 29 October, 2007 10:43:44 PM
Subject: [chaoscope] Animation


I have been videotaping some unrendered Chaoscope 
animations and was wondering if there is a way to rotate the image and alter it 
(changing variable values) simultaneously in real time.  I currently use 
the mouse to accomplish each of these operations in the animation mode but 
like to rotate and modify the image at the same time if this is possible.  
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.  Terry 

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