## adjust |

Principle

adjust

ang

audio

brush

force

image inv

line

matrix memory

rota

secx sphere

vol

See also

attach adjust ... vol(id)

They also define various adjustments.

v{0,n-1} interplated from

v{n-np-n} = v1

v{np-n,np-1} interplated from

`adjust(2);`

returns:
0 0 0

1 1 1

`adjust(2)format(1);`

returns:
0 1

`adjust(4, 1,2, 3,4)format(2);`

returns:
1 3

1.333333 3.333333

1.666667 3.666667

2 4

`adjust(8)var(3,[1,6]);`

returns:
1 2 3

2.5 3.5 4.5

4 5 6

4 5 6

4 5 6

4 5 6

2.5 3.5 4.5

1 2 3

coe audio is incremented by

When the type of brush(id) is

a = radius coefficient (between 1 and 5, 1.5 default)

c = complexity coefficient (1.0 default)

d = pixels distance (1.0 default).

r = random (between 0.0 and 1.0, 0.0 default)

time

win

if sens > 0: Corrects angles > an

if sens < 0: Corrects angles < an

if sens = 0: Corrects angles such as: |an| > an (value by default).

The corresponding coordinates are processed. For example for c="y"

Points which y is less than d1 are reduced to y = d1 and those whose y isgreater than d2 are reduced to y = d2.

In each interval amplitude 2 * n 1:

If there is one point which

If there are

3D points are processed:

For each segment M(i)M(i+n), if only one point is at a distance

L{0,n-1} interpolated between 0 and 1

L{n,np-n,-1} 1

L{np-n,np-1} interpolated between 1 and 0

`edit(adjust(5)line(-200,0,0, 200,0,0)tan(1,1,0, 1,-1,0)vertex(1,2)ext(3,1));`

prints:

0: -200 0 0

1: -108.768944 68.42394 0

2: 0 100 0

3: 108.768944 68.42394 0

4: 200 0 0

```
edit(adjust(4)line(0,0,0, 100,0,0)vertex(1,2)tan(1,1,0, 1,-1,0)ext(4,1,0);)
```

prints;

0 0 0

31.6 20.6 0

68.4 20.6 0

100 0 0

Returns the 3D line

Returns the 1D line adjusted in the box

Returns the 2D line adjusted in the box

Returns the 3D line adjusted in the box

etc...

Returns the line

Returns the 3D polygonal line

1) If

2)

3) if

if

if

4) Useful in animation to cause events at specified times.

```
L=arc 200,PI,PI,4;
```

L1=adjust line(L) time(50) ext(.5);

L2=adjust line(L) time(50) ext(.5) vertex(1,4) tan(-300,-300,0, 100,0,0);

L3=adjust line(L) time(50) ext(.5) vertex(1,4) coe(0,3,0);

screen;displ(L);displ(L1)illum(1,0,0);displ(L2)illum(0,1,0);displ(L3)illum(1,1,0); The tangents at vertices 1 and 4 of lines

f = k * unit(ps - g)

k = 0 if d = dist(ps,g) > r2

k = f * (r2 - d) / (r2-r1) if r1 < d < r2

k = f if d <= r1

1) if

2)

3)

4) if

See also

force rota axis

s = sign(speed rota vol(id))

force rota add vol(id) += (s > 0) ? c : -c;

Allows modulate motions according to the amplitude

Allows maintain horizontal a volume.

transp luminance

By default

Exemple:

`adjust luminance(0,1,.5)image(num);`

thresholding in black and white.
if

if

if

if

if

m = (m > c) ? c2 : c1;

dist

exec

force

image

law

max

normal NP

poi

rota rotx roty rotz

secx secy

vertex

1) All x sections are processed by default.

2)

3) if d1 < 0 the order of the vertices is reversed.

4)

forces points of the x section number

1)

2) if

3) if d1 < 0 the order of the vertices is reversed.

4)

1) All x sections are processed by default.

2)

3) if d1 < 0 the order of the vertices is reversed.

4)

1)

2) if

3) if d1 < 0 the order of the vertices is reversed.

4)

1) All x sections are processed by default.

2)

3) if d1 < 0 the order of the vertices is reversed.

4)

1) Useful for controlling the extension of a flexible volume.

2) example: d1=0.5*d, d2=2*d, with d=mesh size of the volume.

3) All vertices are processed by default.

4)

5)

6) adjust vol(id)dist(d1,d2)vertex(s)alea

7) adjust vol(id)dist(d1,d2)vertex(s)rand:randomly selects a fixed vertex (random no reproducible).

1) All vertices are processed by default.

2)

z -= (cr * r + cv * v + cb * b) / 3

with

current image is processed by default.

`adjust vol image illum;`

Each point is the color of the image.

Z points of the

z -= (ct * t + cs * s + cv * v) / 3

with hsv = (hue, saturation, value) average of the image in a window with the neighboring point.

`adjust vol image limit;`

The volume is adjusted in the image window containing pixels of a color other than that of the background.

`adjust vol image precision(eps);`

The comparison is made with an approximation of eps.

`adjust vertex(s) vol image;`

Only points

`adjust(100,50,30) vertex[100,200] vol(1) image;`

`adjust("x",crx,cvx,cbx,"y",cry,cvy,cby,"z",crz,cvz,cbz)vol image;`

The

x -= (crx * r + cvx * v + cbx * b) / 3

y -= (cry * r + cvy * v + cby * b) / 3

z -= (crz * r + cvz * v + cbz * b) / 3

`adjust("toto") vol image;`

The (x, y, z) points in the volume are modified by the user function name

p=poi: Retrieves the coordinates of the point space displayed.

k=illum: Retrieves the color (r, g, b) point screen.

t=hsv(k): Retrieved (h, s, v) point screen.

p=fonction(p,k): computes new position

poi(p): validate this position

`adjust exec(c,v1,v2,...) vol image;`

adjust_vol_image_utilisateur function will be executed with the c code and values

Comments:

1)

2) the current image is processed by default.

3) This function allows you to "mount" a relief from a 2D image.

4) All previous forms are combined.

5) Virtually: Build an image (synthesized or digitized). Build a volume (preferably a thin grid front view) invoke

6) Examples:

```
adjust(100,50,-50) vol(1) image;
```

adjust(100,70,40) vol(1) illum limit vertex[12,120] image(1);

`v/r`^{1/3}

, with v=tangential velocity and
r = radius of curvature.
The power law 1/3 states that, for a natural movement, this report must be piecewise constant (of the order of 1/1000).

1) yes radius must be active to generate the radius of curvature.

2) Requires law vol(id)=1

`force rota add vol(radius_g)=-abs(.25*(adjust vol(humerus_g,thorax)law));`

For a grid fitted with springs, this function simulates a tissue elastic elongation limited.

`tran(poi(v1)vol(id1))vol(id1);`

1) Volumes

2) Let

The angle of the axes

1) Volumes

2) if

3) if

4)

```
adjust(an11,an12) vol(n0,n1)rotx;
```

adjust(an21,an22) vol(n0,n2) rotx;

etc...
5)

1) Volumes

2) if

3) if

4)

```
adjust(an11,an12) vol(n0,n1)roty;
```

adjust(an21,an22) vol(n0,n2) roty;

etc...
5)

1) Volumes

2) if

3) if

4)

```
adjust(an11,an12) vol(n0,n1)rotz;
```

adjust(an21,an22) vol(n0,n2) rotz;

etc...
5)

The volume

if

1)

2)

3) The fit is even better than large

4) if

5)

Corrects the volume

if

1)

2) This feature is useful for removing multiple points of a volume (eg the facets through the poles of a ball), which may introduce side effects in the "shading".

1) Useful function to calibrate a volume on another.

2)

with

1) Default automatic antialiasing is performed in a window containing the neighbors of each vertex.

2)

with

`adjust(100,50,30) vol(1)vertex[100,200] image;`

`adjust("x",crx,cvx,cbx,"y",cry,cvy,cby,"z",crz,cvz,cbz)vol image;`

the coordinates of the volume 1 are changer according to the formulas:

y -= (cry * r + cvy * v + cby * b) / 3

z -= (crz * r + cvz * v + cbz * b) / 3

The points of the volume are moved along their normal:

adjust("foo") vol image

the coordinates of the volume 1 are changer according to the user function name

1)

2) current image is processed by default.

3) This function allows you to "mount" a relief from a 2D image.

4) All previous forms are combined.

5) Use:

build an image (synthesized or digitized).

build a volume (preferably a thin grid view face).

Invoke

`adjust(100,50,-50) vol(1) image;`

`adjust(100,70,40) vol(1) illum limit vertex[12,120] image(1);`