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Old 3rd May 2005, 11:41   #1
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A curiosity

If you make a superscope to render a circle of radius n, then you place a movement after it with the code d=n, shouldn't it produce a fullscreen circular gradient the colour of your superscope?

I can tell you that it doesn't, but it seems to me that logically it should. You are saying for every pixel the r value remains the same but the d is a constant. Any thoughts?


If you want to try it make a ssc

x=sin(i*$pi*2)*n;
y=cos(i*$pi*2)*n;

red,green,blue = whatever;

movement:

d=n;

except replace the n with a scale factor 1>n>0 (what it is shouldnt make a difference)

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