Guru Session #2 Assignment: Self-Generating Patch User-Contributions
gapworks last edited by
A little update to my pach posted earlier. LinesV.3.2.izz
Well if you set the horz and vert size to the same number your output will be square.
Clement last edited by Clement
Hi, here is mine.
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Astrid last edited by
@michel Thnx for that answer
Think I was not clear.
WHat I mean is; my projector is full HD, so 1920*1080
I'd like to make a shape that stays a circle & doesn't go oval. I understood that I then set the horz size & vert size in the shapes actor to the same number (Mark uses 1280)
The result I then get is that my shape is in a 1:1 aspect, but it's not to been seen in the sides of the projection (only the 'middle')See my patch to see what I mean.
I have the same in the Guru#4 patch....
If you set the horz and vert size of the shapes actor to 1280, you get a video output of 1280 x 1280 pixel. That's it. Your projector will then convert this to 1080 x 1080 pixel. No chance to reach anything beyond.
This 'two sine-wave generators with 25% phase shift' thing will ONLY give you a circular motion on a square stage. If you want a circular motion full screen, you have to take into account that the -50 to 50 for the 'horz pos' is worth (in your case) 1920 pixel, but for the 'vert pos' only 1080 pixel.
As I don't like the generator thing anyway, attached my old school approach.
Here's my attempt - it's not exactly what I wanted to do - I wanted to try and use the layers in the projector actor so each movement would reveal the colour under it but I couldn't work it out. As it is, each new shape starts from black. Ideas on how to do this would be ace.
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Astrid last edited by Astrid
Another one Self Gen izzy Map.izz
Used Izzy Map and Virtual stage
HI - I managed to solve the layering colours problem by not using the layers on the projector but just switching on/off the different projectors once the shape movement was complete. A bit of a long way round but it works as I'd envisaged. Guru2-shapes-TBrunsden.izz
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