Josh English <Jos### [at] joshuarenglishcom> wrote:
> On 2/2/2022 4:25 PM, tutki wrote:
> > I have an object that simulates a generic computer screen using the `cells`
> > texture to generate a grid of random-colored pixelated blocks. I'd like to make
> > an animation of this where the "screen pixels" gradually change in color based
> > on the `clock` variable. Is there a simple way to do this?
> > My current idea is to somehow interpolate between two `cells` textures (by
> > displacing them relative to each other by some random integral offset) and doing
> > the equivalent of pigment1*clock + pigment2*(1-clock). So basically interpolate
> > between two random cells patterns according to the value of clock (or some other
> > such derived variable). But I can't figure out how to express this in SDL? Can
> > anyone help?
> The cells pattern can be updated with the phase keyword. Use a color map
> that doesn't blend colors and you can simulate blinking of colors.
Oh nice, I didn't know `phase` works with `cells`.
But it doesn't solve my problem though: it doesn't smoothly interpolate between
colors, it just jumps around randomly. What I want is a way to smoothly
interpolate between one cells state and another. Perhaps some kind of shifting
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