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From: Kontemplator
Subject: RSoCP & Particles (Sunset Edition)
Date: 28 Jan 2018 16:35:09
Message: <web.5a6dfa23d6b6d02189314e20@news.povray.org>
While working on my project I investigated a easy way to control the movement of
randomly placed particles. I loved the discovered effect so much that I made a
short animation  based on the infamous RSoCP scene setup. If you like it and
wonder how these was made take a look at the SDL file at
povray.text.scene-files. It is really simple and far away from scientific
requirements. The bar-graph shows the distribution of the particles as distance
from the origin. The yellow cones on the cube pointing to the average position
of all particles.
As usual the animation don't work with "Windows Media Player". Use any other
viewer or ask Bill why these happens. If that doesn't help render your own
version.

Sweet Greets!


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From: Stephen
Subject: Re: RSoCP & Particles (Sunset Edition)
Date: 28 Jan 2018 17:30:30
Message: <5a6e08b6$1@news.povray.org>
On 28/01/2018 16:28, Kontemplator wrote:
> While working on my project I investigated a easy way to control the movement of
> randomly placed particles. I loved the discovered effect so much that I made a
> short animation  based on the infamous RSoCP scene setup. If you like it and
> wonder how these was made take a look at the SDL file at
> povray.text.scene-files. It is really simple and far away from scientific
> requirements. The bar-graph shows the distribution of the particles as distance
> from the origin. The yellow cones on the cube pointing to the average position
> of all particles.
> As usual the animation don't work with "Windows Media Player". Use any other
> viewer or ask Bill why these happens. If that doesn't help render your own
> version.
> 
> Sweet Greets!
> 

It works seamlessly in MPC-HC. :-)

I'm quite impressed with the animation.
I hope I can follow your code.

-- 

Regards
     Stephen


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From: jr
Subject: Re: RSoCP & Particles (Sunset Edition)
Date: 29 Jan 2018 13:18:26
Message: <5a6f1f22$1@news.povray.org>
hi,

On 28/01/2018 16:28, Kontemplator wrote:
> While working on my project I investigated a easy way to control the movement of
> randomly placed particles. ...
> As usual the animation don't work with "Windows Media Player". Use any other
> viewer or ask Bill why these happens. If that doesn't help render your own
> version.

fwiw, it plays in (Windows) Chrome browser, and the animation is lush.

> Sweet Greets!

regards, jr.


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From: dick balaska
Subject: Re: RSoCP & Particles (Sunset Edition)
Date: 29 Jan 2018 14:43:40
Message: <5a6f331c$1@news.povray.org>
On 01/28/2018 11:28 AM, Kontemplator wrote:
> I loved the discovered effect so much that I made a
> short animation  based on the infamous RSoCP scene setup.

I love it! It reminds me of my tests, only with more polish.
(A frame around the bar graph, who knew?!)

And of course, a chrome sphere for ambiance. :)

-- 
dik
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