Il 15/03/2023 20:59, Bald Eagle ha scritto:
> Like Hell, they are.
> They're not even rectangular, and so aren't the least bit trivial to tesselate a
> plane with.
> I found a neat repeating pattern somewhere, and thought it would be a fun
> pavement pattern.
> So I took my Pythagorean pavement pattern that I had converted from Jerome
> Grimbert's clever source code into SDL, and modified that to make my
> much-expanded repeating unit.
> It took me a good while to figure out how to identify the basic repeating unit,
> then how to code that efficiently, and how to work the offset. I had a few
> wrong color vectors in my index which made things confusing, here was some hinky
> stuff going on with my calculated index values, and so I had to dream up some
> corrective functions using select() and mod() to get it to work right.
Pi-day tessellation? Interesting.
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