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Sebastian Kowalski

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Jul 26, 2012, 3:58:48 AM7/26/12
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hey list,
to my displeasure i've discovered that the turbulence and random seed
values are per object.. its making somewhat sense, but i am clustering
points to chunks and need seeds value per chunk (via chunk ID per
point).
me could loop around them chunks, but would rather not, cause i'am
aiming at some higher point counts and i am a very impatient one...

any ideas?

-sebastian

Peter Agg

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Jul 26, 2012, 4:57:57 AM7/26/12
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You could use the chunk ID as a case switcher, then have different turbulence nodes plugged into that, each with a different seed.

Another option might be to have different 'layers' in the turbulence by adding a value into the Turbulence Centre value based on the chunk ID. I've attached a picture which might make sense. Basically I added two points at world zero - normally they'd produce the same turbulence value. However, by adding in a value based on their chunk 'layer', you can now get different results.
turb_Chunks.png

Sebastian Kowalski

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Jul 26, 2012, 5:05:38 AM7/26/12
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thanks peter, that is a great idea!
just shifting the position ( turb center). why i didnt thought of that.
sebastian

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Tim Borgmann

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Tim Borgmann

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Aug 2, 2012, 10:38:52 AM8/2/12
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No, for sure not ;)

Please forget it :)


Cheers
Tim



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Richard Bensley

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Urr thanks for showing us your internal processes. Nothing like some exposed PHP!

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Stefan Kubicek

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you guys actually clicked something called "infected-post"? I'm
beginning to understand how malware is so successful. :P

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Richard Bensley

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you guys actually clicked something called "infected-post"? I'm
beginning to understand how malware is so successful. :P

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