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another octree approach

As mentioned in my earlier post I tinkered up a little quadtree definition, which in fact became an octree definition. The main component 'OCTREE' delivers 3 output streams: 'final' represents all the boxes that are the result of the point-specific number of recursions. 'iterated' represents all boxes that have been collected on the way of recursions, as long as they contained the point in question. 'skipped' represents all boxes that ehh..that have been skipped because they didn't contain…

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Added by Thomas Müller-Valentin on July 24, 2013 at 6:13am — 1 Comment

clusters are cool

Today I did a little bit of rework on an older project which was about quadtree illustrations. I stumbled upon the cluster input/output in the params tab. Wonderful..clusters are exactly what I was waiting for. Not just because they tidy up the canvas but also prevent the geek in me from messing up the production schedule by parameterizing for hours, days or weeks. Clusters are somewhat final. You wrap em up and go ahead.…

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Added by Thomas Müller-Valentin on February 2, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments

port of Robert Penner's easing equations

It was roundabout 2002, Macromedia Flash was quite en vogue these days and the interconnection between algorithms and new visual experiences was virgin territory for thousands of designers. At this time I also got in touch with a set of easing formulas for the first time. Dunno where Robert originally got it from, but this set rapidly spread over the whole Flash-community and pushed (action)script-based animations to another…

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Added by Thomas Müller-Valentin on January 30, 2012 at 2:30am — 4 Comments

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