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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 6 Sep 2000 15:12:53
Message: <39B65D7C.9BE96D79@online.no>
Here are two images made with "antiblobs" placed in a
Fibonacci pattern and coloured with an image_map
in standard POV.

Thank you to;

Alf Peake for providing the Fibonacci code.
Xplo Eristotle for suggestion to make mosaic with my "anti blobs".
Chris Huff for suggestion of method for pigmenting in standard POV.

Any suggestions for improvements ?


Tor Olav
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From: Chris Huff
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 6 Sep 2000 15:48:48
Message: <chrishuff-49A81A.10503206092000@news.povray.org>
In article <39B65D7C.9BE96D79@online.no>, Tor Olav Kristensen 
<tto### [at] onlineno> wrote:

> Here are two images made with "antiblobs" placed in a
> Fibonacci pattern and coloured with an image_map
> in standard POV.

I wonder how difficult it would be to make a crackle-like fibonacci 
built-in pattern...or to allow the centers of each "cell" in a crackle 
pattern to be specified manually. Maybe as an extension of the blob 
pattern...

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From: Greg M  Johnson
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 6 Sep 2000 17:20:18
Message: <39B67B9C.61293972@my-dejanews.com>
Saddam Hussein, right?

Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:


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From: Steve
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 6 Sep 2000 22:27:43
Message: <slrn8rdg1f.i9s.steve@zero-pps.localdomain>
On Wed, 06 Sep 2000 17:06:36 +0200, Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:
>
>
>Here are two images made with "antiblobs" placed in a
>Fibonacci pattern and coloured with an image_map
>in standard POV.

I can only say impressive. 

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From: David Fontaine
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 6 Sep 2000 22:51:04
Message: <39B6C977.BCA27C4F@faricy.net>
These are good! The first is a better subject for the process IMHO, int the
second the pattern is very distracting...

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From: Ben Paschke
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 7 Sep 2000 02:31:00
Message: <39B6FCEA.2D10AF19@rsp.com.au>
no no no!

Isn't it Frank Frazetta?

"Greg M. Johnson" wrote:

> Saddam Hussein, right?
>
> Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:


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From: Anton Sherwood
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 7 Sep 2000 09:07:27
Message: <39B75C84.D4E8B9A8@pobox.com>
> Tor Olav Kristensen <tto### [at] onlineno> wrote:
> > Here are two images made with "antiblobs" placed in a
> > Fibonacci pattern and coloured with an image_map
> > in standard POV.

That's marvelous.  Now I have an idea for the rose-window of my gothic
fullerene.


Chris Huff wrote:
> I wonder how difficult it would be to make a crackle-like fibonacci
> built-in pattern...

Oddly enough, the math I did for the newest (top) scenes in
http://ogre.nu/doodle.html just might be useful for that!
(source in http://ogre.nu/text/pov/flatbasket.pov)


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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 8 Sep 2000 00:03:47
Message: <39B82B9C.36DAF298@online.no>
Chris Huff wrote:

> In article <39B65D7C.9BE96D79@online.no>, Tor Olav Kristensen
> <tto### [at] onlineno> wrote:
>
> > Here are two images made with "antiblobs" placed in a
> > Fibonacci pattern and coloured with an image_map
> > in standard POV.
>
> I wonder how difficult it would be to make a crackle-like fibonacci
> built-in pattern...or to allow the centers of each "cell" in a crackle
> pattern to be specified manually. Maybe as an extension of the blob
> pattern...

This sounds interesting.

Can you please try to explain more about what
you have in mind ?

(I don't understand what you mean by "cell" and
I don't know any crackle patterns yet.)

Are you thinking of a Fibonacci pattern in 3
dimensions ?


Tor Olav
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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 8 Sep 2000 00:13:48
Message: <39B82DFB.787C7C49@online.no>
David Fontaine wrote:

> These are good!

Thanks !


> The first is a better subject for the process IMHO, int the
> second the pattern is very distracting...

I agree.

I have to admit that I didn't plan the Fibonacci
centre to be in the centre of the flower.

And I find this a little bit funny because the centre
of the flower is where I would expect to find a
Fibonacci pattern in "the real nature".

It's also interesting to see how well the curves
in the Fibonacci pattern follows the edges of the
flower's leafs.


Tor Olav
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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Fibonacci Mosaics (151KB & 145KB)
Date: 8 Sep 2000 00:16:57
Message: <39B82EB9.6C92DA0F@online.no>
Steve wrote:

> I can only say impressive.

Then I'll only smile and say thanks.


Tor Olav


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