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'''Node Description & Purpose: '''<br /> These two nodes generate Voronoi noise and output the noise value as a vector. Voronoi noise has the appearance of being divided up into different cells. Here are examples of the noise patterns generated by the nodes:<br /><br />
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<div><center>[[Image:Voronoi_3D_A.jpg]]<br /> [Voronoi 3D A vector noise]<br /><br />[[Image:Voronoi_3D_B.jpg]]<br /> [Voronoi 3D B vector noise]<br /></center></div>
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<br /> Note that the output vector of the nodes was converted to a greyscale colour to better show the pattern.<br /><br />'''Node Type: ''' Function<br /><br />'''Settings: '''<br /> These nodes both have the same settings:<br />
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* '''Scale'''<nowiki>: The scale setting controls the overall scale of the noise pattern generated. Increasing the scale value make it seems like the cells in the noise are larger.</nowiki>
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* '''Seed'''<nowiki>: The seed value controls the noise pattern generated. Each seed value generates a slightly different pattern.</nowiki>
  
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Latest revision as of 18:37, 1 June 2011

Voronoi 3D A Vector

Node Description & Purpose:
These two nodes generate Voronoi noise and output the noise value as a vector. Voronoi noise has the appearance of being divided up into different cells. Here are examples of the noise patterns generated by the nodes:

Voronoi 3D A.jpg
[Voronoi 3D A vector noise]

Voronoi 3D B.jpg
[Voronoi 3D B vector noise]


Note that the output vector of the nodes was converted to a greyscale colour to better show the pattern.

Node Type: Function

Settings:
These nodes both have the same settings:

  • Scale: The scale setting controls the overall scale of the noise pattern generated. Increasing the scale value make it seems like the cells in the noise are larger.
  • Seed: The seed value controls the noise pattern generated. Each seed value generates a slightly different pattern.

A vector is a set of three scalars, normally representing X, Y and Z coordinates. It also commonly represents rotation, where the values are pitch, heading and bank.